Six Campgrounds Worth Visiting in the Northwest (2/8/2019)

Story by Woodall's Campground Management

Summer in the Inland Northwest brings the perfect weather for many outdoor activities, including camping, according to KREM. 

Thanks to the region's vast forests and state parks, Inland Northwest residents can look just about anywhere for a place to get away for a weekend of camping with their friends and family.

While it may not be the perfect weather for camping at the moment, we are sipping on hot drinks and daydreaming about warmer days that we can pack up the car and head to our favorite camping spots.

State parks in Washington require a Discover Pass and licenses are required for activities such as fishing. State parks in Idaho require a Idaho State Parks Passport and licenses for activities such as fishing.

We asked the KREM staff for some of their favorite camping sites around the area, and here is a list of six of the best; three from Washington and three from Idaho.

Lake Chelan State Park

Lake Chelan, located in the north central part of the state not far from the Cascade Mountains, offers a wide range of recreational opportunities.

The park offers 103 standard campsites, 18 partial hook-up sites (water and electricity), and 17 full hook-up sites (water, electricity and sewage). There are also five restrooms with shower facilities and a single public dump station.

There are also 17 campsites that offer fully-upgraded utilities, including picnic tables, 50-amp electrical services and room for large motorhomes or buses.

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