Discover Snohomish County camping in luxury
Snohomish County is located in the western region of the state of Washington. Marvel in the beauty of the waterfalls at Wallace Falls State Park, hike the Interurban trail, or take a trip to Gedney Island—the woodland and coastal landscapes in the area provide more than one source of activity while glamping in Snohomish County. Camping in the biggest city and county seat is Everett, which sits along the Port Gardener Peninsula and holds the largest public marina in the West Coast of the United States. In Everett, glampers will find over 40 parks from which to explore western Washington while luxury camping in Snohomish County, such as the Langus Riverfront Park, Walter E. Hall Park, and Forest Park. Jetty Island is a hot spot in the warmer months, particularly for those who like to go kitesurfing and skimboarding, and there is a free ferry service that goes between the two-mile-long manmade island and the mainland all summer through Labor Day weekend. Scroll through here and find the top Snohomish County campgrounds and cabins nearby!