Free Guide to Northwest Camping
South Central Washington Campgrounds
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Campgrounds in South Central Washington
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It seems as though nobody travels to South Central Washington - they travel through South Central Washington to a further destination. That's one of the many things that make this area so special - it isn't crowded!
The topography ranges from rugged Cascade Mountain peaks to the lush Columbia River Gorge, high desert plains and thousand acre ranches. For campers there is anything you could look for. You can tent camp next to a trout filled stream, RV camp within feet of the Columbia River, bicycle from campground to campground without riding on or even crossing one interstate highway. And no matter where you go camping, you are almost guaranteed to be in a campground without any crowds.
Some of the highlights for campers in South Central Washington include a day at Beacon Rock, a tour of Bonneville Dam, exploring the ice caves near Trout Lake, spending a day at the Maryhill Museum and Stonehenge replica or exploring the mountain hamlets of Packwood and Randle. For a small part of a big state, this camping area offers those interested in tent camping and RV camping far more than they expected.
Take a look at the free camping guide for South Central Washington and find your next favorite getaway campground.
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