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Eightmile Campground - also called Eight Mile Campground
Campground Description: Eightmile (Eight Mile) Campground is owned and operated by the United States Forest Service. Eightmile Campground is situated on the shores of Icicle Creek. Eightmile is a moderately sized campground offering 41 tent camping and RV camping sites. Every camping site is paved as are all of the roads within the campground. While RVs will fit it would be best to leave your motor home land yacht at home and stick to 24 foot long trailers at a maximum. The entire area is primitive but every camping site at Eightmile (Eight Mile) Campground is welcoming yet somewhat isolated from the other campsites. There are no facilities other than a pit toilet restroom and running water. Full restaurant dining and shopping is available in Leavenworth. Open April to October. Reservations are not possible at Eightmile (Eight Mile) Campground.Leavenworth Golf Club 9101 Icicle Road P.O. Box 247 Leavenworth, WA 98826 509-548-7267 Leavenworth Golf Club
Number of Sites: 41
Waste Water Dump Station: No
Directions: From Wenatchee or East Wenatchee - drive west 20.2 miles on State Highway 2. Just past the town of Leavenworth watch for Icicle Road. Turn south onto Icicle Road and follow Icicle Road for about 8.0 miles to Eightmile Campground.
Fishing: Fish Icicle Creek for Chinook, Coho and trout. Check fishing regulations first - Icicle Creek may be fly fishing only.
Astronomy Opportunities: Telescope camping is poor due to the canopy of trees at Eightmile Campground.
Contact Information:Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Headquarters 215 Melody Lane Wenatchee, WA 98801 (509) 664-9200 Eightmile Campground
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The sign at the entrance to Eightmile Campground
Eightmile Campground offers modern pit toilets
Water is available within Eightmile Campground
Most of the RV camping and tent camping sites at Eightmile Campground are fairly isolated
Every campsite at Eightmile Campground is paved
Eightmile Campground is situated in an old growth forest
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