Luxury Tent Camping & Washington Campgrounds

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Most popular Luxury Tent Camping & Washington Campgrounds

Riverside Cabin Rental with a Hot Tub in Leavenworth, Washington
Log Cabins
Leavenworth, Washington (United States of America)
Woodland Cabin Accommodation with a Private Hot Tub near Leavenworth, Washington
Cabins
Leavenworth, Washington (United States of America)
Unique Yurt Rental with a Hot Tub in White Salmon, Washington
Yurts
White Salmon, Washington (United States of America)
Serene Riverside Cabin Rental for Eight Guests near Kachess Lake in Washington
Cabins
Cle Elum, Washington (United States of America)
Modern Studio Cabin Ideal for Relaxing Escapes in Halfmoon Bay, British Columbia
Luxury Bell Tent Getaway Outside Wenatchee National Forest in Washington
Bell Tents
Leavenworth, Washington (United States of America)
Ranch-Style Cabin Rentals with Luxury Features in the Methow Valley, Washington
Cabins
Winthrop, Washington (United States of America)
Family-Friendly Holiday Rental Nestled in Woodlands near Bellingham, Washington
A-Frames
La Conner, Washington (United States of America)
Spacious Cabin Rental for Groups with a Hot Tub in Port Angeles, Washington
Vacation Rentals
Port Angeles, Washington (United States of America)
Bright Log Cabin with Breathtaking Views of Columbia Gorge, Washington
Cabins
White Salmon, Washington (United States of America)
Cozy Romantic Cabin near Lake Easton State Park, Washington
A-Frames
Easton, Washington (United States of America)

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Browse our mountain camp destinations, national park camping, and state parks in Washington and book tent camping sites.

Adventures abound in Washington State, from the verdant green rainforests to the rugged Pacific coastline, national park camping to weekend getaways from Seattle. The Pacific Northwest is a truly stunning outdoor destination and Washington is no exception. From the peaks of Mount Rainier to the beaches of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington is a state of spectacular extremes; extreme adventures, extreme beauty, and extreme delights. With such amazing outdoor Washington attractions, it only makes sense that the state is a top camping destination. From Camano Island to Lake Roosevelt, Skykomish to Lake Cavanaugh, Olympic National Park to Lake Washington, camping in this great state takes you to some jaw-dropping scenery. Forget about Seattle sightseeing and discover some of the best places to visit in Washington when you book with Glamping Hub. Pick from Leavenworth camping, Snoqualmie Falls campground sites, and more among this list of tents and camping spots in Washington. Campgrounds have never been so luxurious. So what are you waiting for? Find camping in iconic national parks like Mount Rainier or North Cascades, park an RV in Olympic National Park, and more! Discover state parks in Washington, like Deception Pass or Lake Wenatchee...whatever you do, you’re sure to have an amazing adventure when you book these tent camping sites and campgrounds in Washington State.

Check out some of the best Washington attractions when you go camping near Seattle, on the Olympic Peninsula, or in Washington volcano country

Olympic Peninsula & Olympic National Park camping

The Olympic Peninsula and Olympic National Park are probably one of our favorite places to camp. Washington State has so much to offer outdoor lovers, and Olympic National Park is a real treasure. Home to a wide variety of ecosystems, Olympic National Park presents a landscape found nowhere else in the country. From old-growth rain forests, alpine glaciers, and a rugged coastline, this is one of the best places to go camping in Washington. Olympic National Park covers nearly a million acres on the Olympic Peninsula and is one of the West Coast’s most popular places to visit. Despite drawing visitors from all over the world, there is plenty of room to roam without fear of overcrowded paths. Established in 1938, the park attracts almost 3.4 million visitors each year. One look at the park and it’s easy to see why. One of the most primeval parts of the continental United States, the park is home to a beautiful temperate rainforest, alpine highlands, lakes, and an untouched coastline. Top attractions in the park include Mount Olympus and the Hoh Valley, Sol Duc Hot Springs, Lake Crescent, Hurricane Ridge, and Whiskey Bend. Find a range of places to stay, like our tent camping sites, all across the peninsula, from park access points like Point Angeles to places to camp in Olympic National Park. Of course, the Olympic Peninsula is not the only place to go camping in WA.

Tent camping near Seattle

There are so many places to see and things to do in Seattle, but if you were to only stay in the city, you are seriously missing out. Surrounding Seattle on all sides are some truly stunning natural attractions, from Mount Rainier to Deception Pass State Park or Cape Disappointment. That’s not even to mention the camping near Seattle in the Puget Sound! With so many of the top places to visit in Washington within an easy drive of the city, you have no excuse for not getting outdoors. Whether you’re planning vacations with kids, romantic getaways, or trying to plan a trip with friends, camping near Seattle is never a bad idea. With so many outdoor destinations nearby, there truly is something for everyone here. Check out all these places to camp, Washington and the Seattle area are a perfect vacation destination for outdoor lovers. One look and you'll see why! From hiking to cycling, kayaking to fishing, climbing to fishing, book any of these tent campgrounds near Seattle and find the perfect weekend getaway or vacation for you!

Mountain camp destinations: Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens, & Mount Adams

About an hour and a half south of Seattle, you’ll find yourself in Washington volcano country. This area of the state is home to glacially-fed rivers, old-growth forests, and some truly stunning mountain views. Explore places like Narada Falls, Paradise Valley, Grove of the Patriarchs, and miles of beautiful hiking trails when you book your tent camping trips in this part of the state. From the top things to do in Mount Rainier National Park to the Spirit Lake Highway, the beauty of these mountain peaks can take your breath away. Whether you decide to stay close to the city, venture to the coast, or head for the mountains, there is an endless list of beautiful places to camp. Washington campgrounds and luxury tent camping sites abound, offering unbeatable outdoor access with all the amenities of a Seattle hotel. So for your next vacations, forget about finding things to do in Seattle, get outdoors and explore this wild state with us!

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