We’ll be in and out of Washington State for a couple of months so I renewed our Discovery Pass. The pass is good for a year and gives the pass holder free vehicle and passenger admission to state parks, trailheads, picnic areas, overlooks, and other designated state owned property. It’s also good for free camping at 71 Dept of Natural Recourses Campgrounds and dozens of Washington Dept of Fish and Wildlife water access sites. At only $30.00 – $35.00, depending on where you buy it, this a really good deal!
Most of the DNR campgrounds have tables and vault toilets. The WDFW campsites may have vault toilets and a few have tables.
To make for easier planning I’ve put all of the DNR and WDFW campgrounds on my Washington State map but there are so many that the map is kind of cluttered. This was a good opportunity to try multiple layers, one of the new additions that Google added to the maps when they changed the formatting a few years ago. This Link will bring the map up with only the DNR and WDFW campgrounds showing. Click on the Washington attractions check box to get everything to show.
Always check the website of each campground before you go. Some may be closed or may not be suitable for RVs.