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Photo: SUNSET FALLS CAMPGROUND
View on MapSunset Falls Campground, Washington
part ofGifford Pinchot National Forest, US Forest Service
Sunset Falls Campground is located in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Visitors enjoy scenic views of the river and a waterfall within the campground...[more]

Camping and Lodging

Has sites with: Max Occupants(6), Pets Allowed(Domestic), Driveway Entry (Pull-Through), Waterfront.
STANDARD NONELECTRIC(18)
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View on MapTrailhead: Silver Star, Washington [3.23miles*]
US Forest Service

Located at the end of Forest Road 4109, the Silver Star Trailhead is access to numerous trails in the Silver Star area.

Activities and Amenities:

HIKING
View on MapCampground: Canyon Creek, Washington [7.12miles*]
US Forest Service
The campground is tucked into dense forest adjacent to Canyon Creek. Nine campsites are available.  If pulling a trailer, it is best to leave...[more]

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CAMPINGRECREATIONAL VEHICLES
View on MapTrailhead: Siouxon, Washington [9.55miles*]
US Forest Service
Trailhead  for Siouxon Trail #130, Huffman Peak #129, Horseshoe Ridge Trail # 140, Chinook Creek Trail #130A and Wildcat Trail # 156. It also provides...[more]

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HIKINGHORSEBACK RIDINGPICNICKING
View on MapTrailhead: Soda Peaks, Washington [10.18miles*]
US Forest Service

Provides access to: Soda Peak Lakes Trail #133 and Trapper Creek Wilderness.

Parking for approximately 4 vehicles.

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FISHINGHIKINGWILDLIFE VIEWING
View on MapMount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, Washington [11.53miles*]
US Forest Service
At 8:32 Sunday morning, May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens erupted. Shaken by an earthquake measuring 5.1 on the Richter scale, the north face of this tall...[more]
View on MapCampground: Government Mineral Springs, Washington [12.94miles*]
US Forest Service
A historic site in an old-growth forest setting. The springs provide mineral water once thought to have medicinal properties. It has a gravel access road...[more]

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BIKINGCAMPINGHIKINGRECREATIONAL VEHICLES
View on MapSno-Park: Government Mineral Springs, Washington [13.0miles*]
US Forest Service
In a mature and varied forest setting interspersed with mountain meadows and geographic features, this park is near the Trapper Creek Wilderness. Here...[more]
Photo: GOVT MINERAL SPRINGS GUARD STA
View on MapGOVT MINERAL SPRINGS GUARD STA, Washington [13.06miles*]
part ofGifford Pinchot National Forest, US Forest Service
Nestled in a grove of towering old-growth conifer trees, the Government Mineral Springs Guard Station is a delightful setting for guests seeking relaxation...[more]

Camping and Lodging

Has sites with: Max Occupants(9).
CABIN NONELECTRIC(1)
View on MapTrailhead: Observation Peak, Washington [13.64miles*]
US Forest Service

Parking for 8 vehicles.

Activities and Amenities:

HIKING

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