3. Owhi Campground
This is a popular spot, as it is located on Cooper Lake in Roslyn, but the early bird gets the worm at this first-come-first-served campground. There are 22 sites and pit toilets.
4. White River Campground
This campground is located in one of Washington’s most famous spots, Mount Rainier National Park. It can be tricky to find a camping spot here because of the popularity. White River Campground is a bit higher in elevation and only opens after the snow melts. The views are amazing from all 112 spots here.
5. Beacon Rock State Park
This is the prettiest park on the Columbia Gorge with full hookup RV sites, restrooms, and showers. This is not a reservation-required site, but to snag one in the summer, plan a mid-week camping trip.
6. South Beach Campground in Olympic National Park
This is a strictly no reservation campground. There are 55 camp sites and flush toilets. There is no potable water. The views are stunning on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Sites are not the most private, but the incomparable views make up for it.
7. Rock Island Campground
This campground in the Wenatchee National Forest located near Leavenworth will not disappoint. It borders the Icicle Ridge Trail with 20 campsites, potable water, and vault toilets.
8. Spencer Spit State Park
If you are looking for a place to go with a very relaxed and laid back vibe, then this campsite on small Lopez Island is it! They do take reservations here and most campers will recommend you make them, but they are not required. They do keep a small number of sites as non-reservation. Some sites are right on the beach and it is the most gorgeous beach on the island.
9. Cape Disappointment State Park
Despite the name, this park will not disappoint; in fact, it’s one of Washington’s most amazing destinations! Right at the mouth of the Columbia River, it is a beach lover’s dream. All camp sites are reservable and last minute campers looking for a resting place are welcome as well.