Free is always great, right? Especially when we’re talking about free campsites! Washington has several in the Wenatchee National Forest. Here’s a great list of free campgrounds in Washington state.

Leavenworth Lot P6 – Leavenworth, Washington

RV Parking, Pets Welcome, Restrooms – This is a gravel parking lot in the town of Leavenworth. The signage says overnight parking allowed once in a seven day period.

DeRoux NFS Campground – Leavenworth, Washington

Camping, biking, hiking, horse trails, hunting, wildlife viewing, winter sports, ADA accessible, fire ring, near water, pets welcome, restrooms. Beautiful forested camp next to the North Fork of the Teanaway River in the Okanaga-Wenatchee National Forest. Near trail head.

Twenty Nine Pines – Wenatchee, Washington

Fishing, hiking, horse trails, wildlife viewing, fire ring, near water, picnic tables, restrooms. A minimally-managed campground in the Teanaway Community Forest, which is now owned by the WA Department of Natural Resources.

Indian Camp – Teanaway – Cle Elum, Washington

Wildlife Viewing, restrooms. This is a free dispersed campsite. This campsite does not use a reservation system. First come, first served.

Nason Creek – Leavenworth, Washington

Wildlife Viewing, free dispersed camping in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest’s Wenatchee River Ranger District. First come, first camped. Reservations not accepted.

Old Forest Service Campground – Lake Wenatchee, Washington

Hunting, wildlife viewing, fire ring, near water, picnic tables. Great secret spot!

Liberty – Liberty, Washington

Horse Trails, wildlife viewing, picnic tables, restrooms. Located just outside the old mining town of Liberty, this is good for a short term stay and is a popular camping spot.

Lake Wenatchee Airstrip Sno-Park – Leavenworth, Washington

Wildlife viewing, restrooms. This is a free dispersed campsite. Reservations are not accepted at this campsite.

Lion Rock Spring – Cle Elum, Washington

Restrooms. This free campsite is located within the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest’s Cle Elum Ranger District.

Deer Camp – Leavenworth, Washington

Camp site nestled in the woods. Outhouse, 2 sites with fire rings, and 7.5km of dirt road to reach this area.

Joel’s Kachess Lake Logging Road Campsite – Snoqualmie Pass, Washington

Tent camping, biking, boating, fishing, hiking, swimming, water sports, wildlife viewing, fire ring. Large flat site with a fire pit. Class B or Truck camper would fit fine.

Alder Creek Horse Camp – Leavenworth, Washington

Horse trails, wildlife viewing. Dispersed camping in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest’s Wenatchee River Ranger District. No reservations. First come, first served.

Mad River Sno-Park – Entiat, Washington

Wildlife viewing. This is a free dispersed campsite. First come, first camped. Reservations not accepted.

Reecer Creek Sno-Park – Ellensburg, Washington

Wildlife viewing. This is a free dispersed campsite. This campsite does not use a reservation system. First come, first served.

Woods and Steel Sno-Park – Cle Elum, Washington

Wildlife viewing. This is a free dispersed campsite. First come, first served. No reservations accepted.

Price Creek Westbound Sno-Park – Easton, Washington

Wildlife viewing. This is a free dispersed campsite. Reservations are not accepted at this campsite.

Napeequa Crossing Campground – Leavenworth, Washington

Fishing, hiking, swimming, fire ring, near water, picnic tables, restrooms. Located right on the White River, 7 miles from Lake Wenatchee. There’s three or four decent RV sites, and room for more tent camping if you can park somewhere.

Martin – Easton, Washington

Biking, hiking, hunting. Free camping to anyone, first come first serve, multiple camping spots beneath some well shaded tree canopy, 5-10 min off of I-90 via Stampede Pass road and along NF-420 road.

Lily Lake Sno-Park – Wenatchee, Washington

Wildlife viewing, restrooms. This is a free dispersed campsite. No reservations. First come, first served.

Clear Lake Sno-Park – Wenatchee, Washington

Wildlife viewing, restrooms. This is a free dispersed campsite. First come, first camped. No reservations are accepted.

For directions and maps to any of these free campgrounds in Washington visit the source at https://freecampsites.net/#!(47.52115,+-120.82386)

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