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Northern Washington Cascades Campgrounds

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Northern Washington Cascades Camping

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The Washington State Cascade Mountains are a physical barrier between the deeply forested western Washington State and the semi arid eastern Washington State.  The Cascade mountain range in Washington State range from as low as 230 feet to its highest elevation of 14,400 feet at the summit of the majestic Mount Rainier.  Within Washington's State borders are 3 spectacular National Parks - Olympic National Park, Mount Rainier National Park and North Cascades National Park.

Washington's north Cascades offer an abundance of outdoor activities ranging from mountain climbing to sight seeing by automobile.  The range of activities include wildlife watching, camping, skiing, snowshoeing, canoeing, kayaking, photography, fishing and almost any other activity you can imagine.

Cities in this area are few and far between.  Wenatchee is the largest town but Winthrop bursts with visitors for the annual Winthrop Blues Festival.  Leavenworth is a Bavarian community best know for its dazzling Christmas lights.

Come and visit the Northern Washington Cascade Mountains and go tent camping for a week or RV camping for a month and you'll come back again and again!

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