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Foggy Dew Campground

Campground Description:  Foggy Dew Campground is owned and operated by the United States Forest Service.  Foggy Dew is a small campground offering just 11 tent camping, some of which will accommodate small RV's sites.  Foggy Dew is surprisingly lightly used during the open season.  Tent camping is the preferred camping method at Foggy Dew, but, there are a few camping sited large enough to accommodate 25' or smaller RV's.   The entire area is primitive.  There are no facilities other than modern vault toilet restrooms.  Limited restaurant dining and shopping is available in Pateros.  Open mid May to October 31.  Reservations are not possible at Foggy Dew Campground.

Number of Sites:  11

Electricity:  No

Water:  No

Sewer:  No

Waste Water Dump Station:  No

Directions:  From Wenatchee or East Wenatchee - follow Highway 97 north for 55.8 miles to Highway 153, just south of Pateros.  Turn left (west) north Highway 153 and follow for 16.8 miles to Gold Creek Loop Road.  At Gold Creek Loop Road turn left (west) and follow for 0.8 miles to Gold Creek Road.  Turn left onto Gold Creek Road and go 1.5 miles to "Foggy G.S." sign.  Turn right at sign and go 1 mile to a "Y" intersection.  Bear right onto Forest Rt. 4340 and go 4 miles to another campground sign.  Turn left at sign, crossing North Fork Gold Creek and then left into Foggy Dew campground.

Fishing:  Fish Foggy Dew creek for bull trout.  Additional fishing is available at Sunrise Lake, Cooney Lake and Martin Lakes - all of which are walk in only.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Telescope camping is poor due to the canopy of trees.

Nearby Golfing: 

None within a reasonable distance

Contact Information: 

Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Headquarters
215 Melody Lane
Wenatchee, WA 98801
(509) 664-9200
Foggy Dew Campground

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The sign at the entrance to Foggy Dew Campground

The restrooms at Foggy Dew Campground are modern vault toilets

Most of the 12 camping sites at Foggy Dew Campground are spacious

Some of the campsites at Foggy Dew Campground are on Foggy Dew creek

All of the campsites at Foggy Dew Campground offer a picnic table

The day use pavilion at Foggy Dew Campground


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