North Cascades National Park is a largely undiscovered area of stunningly unkempt wilderness that is a popular spot for campers and hikers all year round. The park encompasses swathes of old forests, glimmering blue lakes and mountains, and it is no surprise it is so popular among visitors. A trip here wouldn’t be complete without a camping option to perfectly compliment your time away, which is why it’s a great idea to choose one of the best places to stay. By doing this, you can ensure you’re never far from the wonders of the natural world, even as you sleep. See the startling turquoise of Diablo Lake, where you can hike around the water’s edge, or ski down the slopes of Mount Baker when snow starts to line the mountainsides. Watch the sun go down at Maple Pass, and catch the best views as you follow Washington Pass.