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        Washington     Total Campgrounds: 17


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Smokey Point Rest Area
Arlington, Washington
North and southbound traffic

Cost: $0.00
Description
Washington highway rest areas permit a stay of up to eight hours "No Camping" signs are posted, but they mean no tents, no pop up trailers or no slide-outs on RVs. RVs must be "travel ready." So pull in, get your sleep for eight hours or less, and leave. Located along I-5 at Milepost 207.
Bow Hill Rest Area
Bow, Washington
South and northbound

Cost: $0.00
Description
Washington highway rest areas permit a stay of up to eight hours "No Camping" signs are posted, but they mean no tents, no pop up trailers or no slide-outs on RVs. RVs must be "travel ready." So pull in, get your sleep for eight hours or less, and leave. Located along I-5 at Milepost 238.
Toutle River Rest Area
Castle Rock, Washington


Cost: $0.00
Description
Washington highway rest areas permit a stay of up to eight hours "No Camping" signs are posted, but they mean no tents, no pop up trailers or no slide-outs on RVs. RVs must be "travel ready." So pull in, get your sleep for eight hours or less, and leave. Located along I-5 at Milepost 54.
Custer Rest area
Custer, Washington
Northbound side of I-5

Cost: $0.00
Description
Washington highway rest areas permit a stay of up to eight hours "No Camping" signs are posted, but they mean no tents, no pop up trailers or no slide-outs on RVs. RVs must be "travel ready." So pull in, get your sleep for eight hours or less, and leave. Located along I-5 at Milepost 269.
Love's Travel Stop
Ellensburg, Washington
Truck Stop

Cost: $0.00
Description
Love’s Travel Stop Ellensburg, Wash This is a truck stop right off I-90 east of town, west of where I-90 intersects with I-82. There’s a big overnight parking lot used mostly by truckers, but RVers can stay, too (best spot in the southeast corner of the property). Take Exit 106 off the Interstate. On the premises: gas, diesel, fast food and general store.
Silver Lake Rest Area
Everett, Washington
Southbound only

Cost: $0.00
Description
This is the last rest area for nearly 100 miles heading south on I-5. Washington highway rest areas permit a stay of up to eight hours "No Camping" signs are posted, but they mean no tents, no pop up trailers or no slide-outs on RVs. RVs must be "travel ready." So pull in, get your sleep for eight hours or less, and leave. This rest area is for Southbound Traffic only. Three free dump stations are on the premises. Located along I-5 at Milepost 188.
SeaTac Rest Area
Federal Way, Washington
Northbound only

Cost: $0.00
Description
This is just north of Tacoma and about 30 minutes south of Seattle. A multi-lane free dump is on the premises. Washington highway rest areas permit a stay of up to eight hours "No Camping" signs are posted, but they mean no tents, no pop up trailers or no slide-outs on RVs. RVs must be "travel ready." So pull in, get your sleep for eight hours or less, and leave. This rest area is for Northbound Traffic only. Located along I-5 at Milepost 140.
Granger Travel Center
Granger, Washington
Truck stop

Cost: $0.00
Description
This is a truck stop right off I-82 east of Yakima. There’s a big overnight parking lot used mostly by truckers, but RVers can stay, too. Take Van Belle Road off the interstate. Arco gas, travel store, fast food, an expresso stand and dump station on the premises.
Windust Park
Kahlotus, Washington
Corps of Engineers, Lake Sacajawea

Cost: $0.00
Description
From Kahlotus, 4 mi SW on Pasco/Kahlotus Rd; 5.2 mi SE on Burr Canyon Rd; on N shore of Snake River. Free primitive camping about 5/15-LD; park open all year; no wtr, portable toilets off-season; 14-day limit. 24 grass sites & boat camping; 40-ft RV limit. Covered sun shelters, tbls, campfire grill areas, drkg wtr, beach, playground, picnic shelter. Boating(l), swimming, fishing. -Don Wright, Camping With the Corps of Engineers
Tulalip Resort Casino
Marysville, Washington


Cost: $0.00
Description
Located along I-5 about a 15-minute drive north of Everett. A special parking area is set aside for RVs behind the casino to the northwest. Check in when you get there. The designated sites are on a level, paved lot and will accommodate all sized RVs. Stays of a few days are allowed. An adjacent Wal-Mart has "no parking" signs posted, but the Cabellas appears to allow overnight stays. But the casino officially welcomes RVers, so stay there.
Lone Fir Campground
Mazama, Washington
Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest

Cost: $12.00
Description
This is a gorgeous U.S. Forest Service campground 27 miles west of Winthrop in the Cascades along state route 20, the beautiful North Cascade Highway. The road is closed in the winter due to heavy snow. The campground is open July through October and during that time gets heavy usage. The rate is $12, half with a Federal senior pass. Vault toilets. Potable water is available. No reservations.
Ernie's Truck Stop
Moses Lake, Washington


Cost: $0.00
Description
The parking lot here is huge and on any given night there will be a lot of big rig truckers. But RVers are welcome, too. To get here, take exit 179 north off I-90. The actual address is 1810 Kittleson Road. It's right off the Interstate.
Paradise Park
Plymouth, Washington
Corps of Engineers, Lake Umatilla

Cost: $0.00
Description
From Plymouth (at shore of river just S of SR 14), W on Christie Rd, then S on access rd to river. About 5/15-9/15; 7-day limit. Free primitive, undesignated sites. Pit toilets, tbls, campfire grill areas, no drkg wtr. Boating(l), fishing. -Don Wright, Camping With the Corps of Engineers
Quilcene Community Campground
Quilcene, Washington
Jefferson County Parks & Recreation Division

Cost: $12.00
Description
About 1 mi W of Quilcene on US 101; at Quilcene Community Center. $12 at primitive sites. All year; 7-night limit. Re-opened after being closed for budget problems. Tbls, toilet, campfire grill areas, drkg water. Self-registration; no reservations. Tennis, basketball. Fishing, swimming, boating at nearby Hood Canal. Parks office, 360-385-9129. Don Wright, Guide to Western County & City Parks
Gee Creek Rest Area
Ridgefield, Washington


Cost: $0.00
Description
Washington highway rest areas permit a stay of up to eight hours "No Camping" signs are posted, but they mean no tents, no pop up trailers or no slide-outs on RVs. RVs must be "travel ready." So pull in, get your sleep for eight hours or less, and leave. Northbound traffic exit at Milepost 11. Located along I-5 at Milepost 12.
Scatter Creek Rest Area
Rochester, Washington


Cost: $0.00
Description
Washington highway rest areas permit a stay of up to eight hours. This one is for northbound traffic at milepost 90. Southbound traffic should exit at Milepost 93 for the Maytown Rest area "No Camping" signs are posted, but they mean no tents, no pop up trailers or no slide-outs on RVs. RVs must be "travel ready." So pull in, get your sleep for eight hours or less, and leave.
Riverfront Park
Sedro Wooley, Washington


Cost: $15.00
Description
Located in town on the Skagit River with a nice RV park with level, mostly pull-through sites with 15 and 30 amp hookups and four restrooms (no showers) There is also a boat launch. Actual address: 1001 River Road. Just take Township off state route 20 into town, keep going and you'll see the park. This is a good stop when heading east into Cascade National Park.
 
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