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Northeast Washington Campgrounds
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Campgrounds located in Northeastern Washington
Northeastern Washington offers the traveler an abundance of outdoor environments. Choose from arid desert plains, forest covered mountains, dense city populations, huge rivers and tiny lakes - and lots more.
Northeastern Washington is home to Gonzaga University, an internationally recognized university with a world class comeback basketball team. The city of Spokane hosts its annual Valleyfest Celebration and hot air balloon show. The mighty Grand Coolie Dam is the largest concrete structure and largest energy producing facility in the United States. Wheat and potato acreage is measured in tens of thousands of acres of productive farmland.
Tent camping and RV camping in Northeastern Washington State is as varied as the landscape. A camping family can camp one night high in the mountains among the fir and pine trees, drive an hour and spend the next day camping in the desert beside a huge lake.
The State of Washington offers more than a dozen state parks in northeastern Washington. Some are quiet, lazy parks on the edge of a lake while others are nearer populated areas where reservations are a must. Throughout northeastern Washington both RV camping and tent camping is quite comfortable from April to October. In the winter, camping is available at State Park Campgrounds, privately owned facilities as well as national forests and Bureau of Land Management areas.
When you come to camp in northeastern Washington, bring your RV or more primitive tent camping gear and be prepared to see everything from unusual geography to densely populated areas - and everything in-between.
Be sure to bring your fishing gear because northeastern Washington offers amazing fishing opportunities. While you're at it, bring your boat, canoe, kayak, hiking boots, golf clubs and telescope for astronomy camping. Most of all, bring your camera to capture your memories of this unique area of Washington State.
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