Black Pine Lake Campground, WA

US Forest Service

Black Pine Lake Campground

Majestic landscape views. Boat launch, fishing, two floating docks. Interpretive accessible trail. Wildlife viewing. Picnic area for up to 12 people. Maximum length of site is 30 feet. Camp Hosts on site...[more]

Address

WA

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Directions

From Twisp drive west on Twisp River Road (county road 9114 ) for about 10 miles, turn left onto Forest Service Road 43, crossing Buttermilk Bridge across Twisp River, stay to the left and follow the road for about 6 miles, follow forest road 43 to left about 2 miles to campground is on the north end of the lake. Note: This is the best route to campground is from Twisp River Road (County Road #9114) as the Poorman Creek route is very, very narrow, and not recommended for trailers. 

Activities
  • CAMPING CAMPING
  • FISHING FISHING
  • HIKING HIKING
  • PICNICKING PICNICKING
  • SWIMMING SWIMMING
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