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June 1, 2018 / Seattle Magazine Staff / Seattle Magazine

10 Perfect Washington State Campsites/Star Gazing at Artist Point

Theses article appears in print in the Seattle Magazine June 2018 issue, as part of the "85 Best Outdoor Adventures" cover story - these are the Whatcom County mentions. SITES FOR PRIVACY Mount Baker–Snoqualmie National Forest If you like the convenience of car camping but hate the crowds, blaze your own trail in a “cowboy” campsite in any of Washington’s abundant, publicly owned (that’s you and me) national forestlands. Just don’t go if you can’t change a tire or cook a backcountry meal for yourself. National Forest Road 3040 off State Route 542 in the Mount Baker–Snoqualmie National Forest offers some excellent out-of-the-way sites. Need To Know: A Northwest Forest Pass is required to park within the national forest. HIKE IN CAMPING Chains Lake Trail STAR GAZING Head up to Artist Point, located between Mount Baker and Mount Shuksan. Check out mentions in the print issue of Seattle Magazine, here. 

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Original URL: http://seattlemag.com/northwest-travel-and-outdoors/10-perfect-washington-state-campsites
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