Ash Lake Road Pull Out | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
2 months ago
Altitude:
35.8 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
Van Girl76

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Unknown
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
No
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Turn left onto Ash Lake Rd. heading East on SR-14. There is a pull out on the left side of the road, just around the bend past the brown hiking signage. The space is big enough for a large van to pull in safely away from road. Although there wasn’t any traffic on this road itself, but you can hear traffic down below. This spot is good for sleeping with close proximity to Stevenson, WA and the gorge without having to go off grid on gravel roads.

If you continue north up Ash Lake Rd to Blue Lake Rd, you can find nicer pullouts with fire rings and a large area overlooking small lake at the end of road.

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After driving up Ash Lake Rd and making a right on Blue Lake Rd, we drove all the way to the government protected road, with an established gate. All pullouts on Blue Lake were pretty much taken up by what was seemingly, permanent stayers... Felt sketchy from the start, but that was further established by some scary visitors around sunset. We left and ended up at the first pullout on the left side of Ash Lake. Would suggest only this one, for its closest to humanity.

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Spot as described. Reasonably quiet at night.

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I drove up the road a bit, lots of pull offs. No signs that do not permit camping. Very little road traffic. Only noise was a train in the distance. For being off a paved road it felt very secluded. Easily fit my Skoolie.

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Turn left onto Ash Lake Rd. heading East on SR-14. There is a pull out on the left side of the road, just around the bend past the brown hiking signage. The space is big enough for a large van to pull in safely away from road. Although there wasn’t any traffic on this road itself, but you can hear traffic down below. This spot is good for sleeping and peeing with close proximity to Stevenson, WA and the gorge without having to go off grid on gravel roads.

If you continue north up Ash Lake Rd to Blue Lake Rd, you can find nicer pullouts with fire rings and a large area overlooking small lake at the end of road.

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