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Old 03-04-2013, 03:32 PM   #1
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This has probably been done before but we live in western Washington and are looking for some fun spots to take our new Whitehawk 29SQB. Shout out your favorites!
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we go to Cape Disapointment state park it is where the old Fort Canby was located at mouth of Columbia River its a nice camp ground and short walk to the beach. also we liketo go to Fort stevens state park in Oregon its at the mouth of Columbia riveron Oregon side its a nice camp ground and fairly large it has miles of bike trails and can go to some of the old Gun placements that ale still there.
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Old 03-04-2013, 05:32 PM   #3
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We go to the state parks quite often. Deception pass and larrabee are nice. We are going to try rasar as well this year.
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Grayland Beach State Park/Westport; Pacific Beach State Park/Ocean City (great kite flying); Bayview State Park/Anacortes; Rasar/Concrete. Newhalem/N Cascades NP. Many Forest Service campgrounds up near Verlot...Gold Basin & Red Bridge in particular you should be able to get into.
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Rasar sounds great! I took the family along with friends and family to taidnapam state park near Glenoma Wa. It was a great campground and for this time of year the weather really was nice! Thanks for the sugestions, keep them coming
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Last summer we stayed in La Conner, Wa, at La Conner RV, very nice place, sits right on Skagit Bay in the northern puegot sound. Just a few miles from Anacortes and access to the ferries to the San Juan Islands.

We went and spent a day at Friday Harbor and along the west of San Juan Island at Haro Strait, we went on a whale watching tour to see the orcas,

From the camp site, we went crabbing in the bay and caught 36+ crabs, and spent time kayaking in the bay, there is so much to do and see, it will go down as one of my favorite camp destinations, the kids loved it.
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Not sure where you are in Washington - but lots of good options everywhere! In the early and later season (when the west-side is cold and rainy), we like to head over the pass to Eastern Washington. Over there, we like Wenatchee Confluence, Potholes, and Lincoln Rock.

On the west side, we stay at Alder Lake (closest to home, so good for short stays), Ike Kinswa, all of the Tacoma Power Parks are very nice, Belfair, American Heritage (private campground near Olympia). Deception Pass State Park is a really cool area to explore - we've ended up staying at a private campground nearby (can't remember the name, but just outside of Anacortes) due to the limited number of sites that fit our size RV in the State Park.
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Also to the OP - GO HAWKS!!
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Deception Pass State Park is a really cool area to explore - we've ended up staying at a private campground nearby (can't remember the name, but just outside of Anacortes) due to the limited number of sites that fit our size RV in the State Park.
I think you are referring to a park called Pioneer Trails, there is a thread on it and members were quite happy staying there.
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Great suggestions KachFam! I live in the area too(Yelm). For Spring break we went to the Military Resort at Pacific Beach, besides the rain we had a blast with day trips to Ocean Shores. We are planning for a Medical Lake(Spokane) trip, and trips to multnomah falls and Crater Lake. Our Hawks are going to be great in 2013!!!!!
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