While some Cascade Loop travelers relish the thought of well-appointed rooms, luxurious towels and in-room spa services, others prefer to sleep under the stars. Some campers want to see those stars directly from the heart of Cascade backcountry, while others seek a little more shelter from beneath the protection of their tent in a State Park, and many like to grab that view by simply stepping outside from their RV parked comfortably in an RV Park located closer to town. Whatever your camping style, the Cascade Loop has a plan for you.
Camping can be a great way to experience the Cascade Loop. Fresh air and views are abundant in the many campgrounds along your journey. How much you ‘rough it’ is directly dependent upon how much planning and prepping you do, and what kind of camping you want to do. Are you an RV camper or a tent camper? Click Here for specific information about Big Rigs and hookups along the loop.
Do you want to camp in a campground or out in the back country? See the links below — you’ve got LOTS of options on the Loop!
City of Chelan Lakeshore RV Park
Lake Chelan State Park
Twenty-five Mile Creek State Park
Skagit Valley/Fidalgo Islands
Whidbey Island (Photo, M. Denis Hill, Island County 2% fund)
Got a little extra time on your Loop itinerary and want to use it to truly get away from it all? Back country camping might be perfect for you. Throw your gear on your back and head off the beaten path, but be smart and be prepared! Plan according to your skill and experience level, and make sure you?ve done your research on have the proper permits.
Wilderness Trip Planner