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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. Trash receptacles...[more]

Address

WA

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Directions

Best route to campground is from Twisp River Road (County Road #9114). Turn west off State Highway 20 onto paved Okanogan County road #9114 (Twisp River Road), at ten miles turn left, to Okanogan County road #1090, crossing Twisp River on Buttermilk bridge, after bridge crossing stay left, and continue up Buttermilk Creek (Forest Road) #43 for 8 miles to the campground.  This is currently the best access route to the campground as  the Libby Creek route is closed due to a road wash-out and Poorman Creek route is very, very narrow, not recommended for trailers. 

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