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Big Bear Campground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington

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This primitive campground is positioned in an incredibly beautiful setting; experience the outdoors in Washington at its finest at a primitive campground such as this one. You shouldn't be in a building every day; you have to get out of the house once in a while, and Big Bear Campground in Washington is exactly the place. The great selection of local attractions, and so much to do will make you happy you came.
Getting to this primitive campground can
 
    be slightly tough, but it's well worth it. Of course services are few in a primitive campground like this. Among the things you can do in close proximity to Big Bear Campground are swimming, fishing, whitewater paddling, and hiking,
 so you won’t run out of things to do.

There are so many exciting things right next door to Big Bear Campground, and spending time at this campground is fantastically enjoyable. This camp ground is one of the good spots to camp here in the Northern Cascade Range.
Washington has so much stuff to offer nature lovers. The type IV(V) Jay Creek to Gorge Lake portion of Stetattle Creek is 4 miles long. On the whole this part of Stetattle Creek is a demanding
 
    site for whitewater rafting or kayaking. You ought to check circumstances before you go; whitewater rafting or kayaking can become hazardous. A perfect 16.4-mile-from-start-to-finish backpacking and hiking trail having a perfect 5,982-foot
  variation in altitude can be encountered in close proximity. This is the Sourdough Lookout Trail; it's a stunning walk. A demanding backpacking and hiking trail it is; Sourdough Lookout Trail requires more or less three days to walk. There's a great 30-mile-in-distance great outdoors hiking trail in possession of a great 1,028-foot elevation variation around here; this pretty great outdoors hiking trail is the East Bank Trail.  


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Other campgrounds near Big Bear Campground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Rainbow Point Campground, Whatcom County, 2 miles away
      
   Cougar Island Campground, Whatcom County, 2 miles away
      
   Tenmile Island Campground, Whatcom County, 4 miles away
      
   Colonial Creek Campground, Whatcom County, 5 miles away
      
   Cat Island Campground, Whatcom County, 5 miles away
      
   Lighting Creek Campground, Whatcom County, 5 miles away
      
   Little Beaver Campground, Whatcom County, 6 miles away
      
   Hozomeen Campground, Whatcom County, 10 miles away
      
   Newhalem, -blank-, 14 miles away
      
   Newhalem Campground, Whatcom County, 15 miles away
      

Paddling Rivers Near Big Bear Campground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Stetattle Creek, WhatcomCounty, 9 miles away
      Class IV(V) - 4 miles long (Jay Creek to Gorge Lake)

   Granite Creek, WhatcomCounty, 12 miles away
      Class IV - 5 miles long (Beebe Creek to Panther Creek)

   Skagit River, WhatcomCounty, 15 miles away
      Class II-III+ - 8.9 miles long (Goodell Creek to Copper Creek)

   Granite Creek, Skagit/whatcomCounty, 16 miles away
      Class IV-V(V+) - 4.6 miles long (Highway 20 to Beebe Creek)

   Canyon Creek - Skagit Tributary, WhatcomCounty, 18 miles away
      Class IV-V - 6.7 miles long (Slate Creek to Granite Creek)


Trails near Big Bear Campground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Sourdough Lookout Trail, Whatcom County, 3 miles away
       16.4 hiking miles, 5982 feet elevation difference

   East Bank Trail, Whatcom County, 4 miles away
       30 hiking miles, 1028 feet elevation difference

   Panther Creek Trail, Whatcom County, 5 miles away
      8.7 hiking miles, 2363 feet elevation difference

   Jack Mountain Trail, Whatcom County, 5 miles away
       9.4 hiking miles, 4860 feet elevation difference

   Pyramid Lake Trail, Whatcom County, 6 miles away
       2.2 hiking miles, 1153 feet elevation difference

   Hidden Lake Trail, Skagit County, 16 miles away
       5.8 hiking miles, 2693 feet elevation difference

   Mill Creek Trail, Whatcom County, 16 miles away
       29.4 hiking miles, 5463 feet elevation difference


Lakes Near Big Bear Campground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Bouck Lake, Whatcom County, 10 miles away


Current weather conditions at Big Bear Campground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington
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Local climate location: ROSS DAM 15 miles away

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