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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our time here was great! We stayed in site 23 in loop A. The bathroom was a short trail walk away. No more than 20 yards. Through a field covered in ferns. Our children enjoyed a nearby hike, the River Loop Trail. For $16 the site was clean and easily reserved. We will definitely stay here again.

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Thank Josiah M
Renton, Washington
Reviewed 11 September 2016

This is one of two primary campgrounds in the North Cascades Recreational Area. They take reservations - and a lot of sites were already reserved when we decided to check a few days before our trip. Fortunately we were arriving on a Sunday. The weekend was almost completely booked. We camped here a lot years ago, but our preferred area...

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Thank sharonsea
Montreal, Canada
Reviewed 17 July 2016

It was our first time at Newhalem campground and we just loved it. It not the typical CROWDED national park campground. It offers large campsites with plenty of trees and bushes. The walk-in sites are all equiped with a bear container, a firepit and a table. The place is well maintained and very clean. There is no showers but you...

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Hartsburg, Missouri
Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

I can't think of a better place to stay in the area. Best campground bathrooms ever, clean, quiet, and $16 a night! Plus you can reserve in advance through reserve America. Close to the seattle power and light.

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Herriman, Utah
Reviewed 6 December 2015

Wonderful roomy campground with most areas in the shade. Being in a National Recreation Area, dogs are permitted on the several trails around the campground. Near-by lakes are only a short drive on scenic Highway 20. Park Service staff were very helpful.

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Thank Arlene J
Issaquah, Washington
Reviewed 4 September 2015

Chose a "walk in" site because of great review on TripAdvisor - all other sites would be booked on weekend, so checked into walk-in midweek & got one of the primo, riverside sites. Completely alone 2 nites, then area filled w friendly, considerate neighbors on weekend. Camp hosts were friendly, helped me set up tent, & even gave me coffee...

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Spokane, Washington
Reviewed 12 August 2015

We choose this campground because you could reserve a site. Our site was deep with 3 different areas to erect our sleeping tent and screen tent (not all level, but still nice). We stayed on site 78 which parallels the road to the visitor center, which can be busy from 9 am - 6 pm, but not enough to be...

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Denver, Colorado
Reviewed 4 June 2015

We visited this campground on a recent trip and experienced the "WALK IN" option for camping.... you park your car and carry your camping supplies a short distance to isolated campsites in the middle of a forest of trees. the sites have picnic tables, grills and elevated tent pads... some have two tent pads. Some sites are directly adjacent to...

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Vail, Colorado
Reviewed 8 April 2015

I really enjoyed this campground. I camped for 1 night in a tent in mid-August and there was only 1 other camper within my loop (B). The trails around the campground are quiet and enjoyable. I looked at camping at Gooddell Creek, which is $2/night cheaper, but it was significantly fuller (it's also much smaller) and none of the river...

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White Bear Lake, Minnesota
Reviewed 14 September 2014 via mobile

We've stayed in quite a few NP campgrounds in the last month and this was definitely the nicest! The sites are nice size, have asphalt parking areas that are pretty level, are private and have shade. The bathrooms appear quite new and are nice and clean - the best NP campground bathrooms we have encountered! No showers and no electric...

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Address: Milepost 120, State Route 20, Newhalem, North Cascades National Park, WA 98283
Region: United States > Washington > North Cascades National Park
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“Bathrooms were close and easily accessible from site 23 in loop A without the noise or smell.”
 of 5 bubbles josiahm858, 14 Nov 2016 | Read review
“Consider walk-in sites”
 of 5 bubbles sharonsea, 10 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Check the campground map for individual campsite locations.”
 of 5 bubbles kyles27, 3 Jun 2015 | Read review
“There are three loops with Loop A having tent sites and Loop B & C with back-in and pull through sites. Many of these can also hold tents.”
 of 5 bubbles tall_six6, 7 Aug 2014 | Read review
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