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Cascade Islands Campground II, Northern Cascade Range, Washington

   

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Getting to this primitive campground could be slightly tough, but it's well worth it. It is exceptionally pretty here at this primitive campground, and if you like nature you will like a primitive campground like this one. The splendid choice of local attractions, and such a large number of things to do are sure to keep you coming back again and again.
As if Cascade Islands Campground II wasn't sufficient, you can also go fishing, hiking, whitewater paddling, and swimming, so getting bored is not something that is likely to happen. The Northern Cascade Range scenery is always pretty.
There aren't a lot of facilities at Cascade Islands Campground II because it is a primitive
 
    campground. Cascade Islands Campground II is frequently visited by people from Marblemount.
You have to get out; Cascade Islands Campground II in Washington is a really delightful spot to spend some time.
There are so many
 entertaining things right next door to Cascade Islands Campground II; to be at this campground is delightful fun any time. On nearby Skagit River you discover a type I-II section of whitewater; the Copper Creek to Rockport portion is 16.4 miles long. Overall this section of Skagit River is not a tough spot for raft paddling. Check the latest conditions in advance of a trip on the whitewater, or else it's not safe and sound. The 5.8-mile-in-length Hidden Lake Trail is a lovely hiking trail featuring a great 2,693-foot variation in height. Hidden Lake Trail is a challenging one day of backcountry trekking. There are great places to explore along the Pyramid Lake Trail, and a quick trip  
to Taylor Creek is definitely a good idea. Whohoo, so many cool things in one place! The Northern Cascade Range is so good! If you like skiing, you're in luck; Mt.  

Monroe Motel, Monroe

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Other campgrounds near Cascade Islands Campground II, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Cascade Island Campground I, Skagit County, 0 miles away
      
   Alpine RV Park, Marblemount, 3 miles away
      
   Bacon Creek Campground, Skagit County, 3 miles away
      
   Marblemount Ranger Station, Marblemount, 4 miles away
      
   Marten Creek - Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forests, Mountlake Terrace, 5 miles away
      
   Clark's Skagit River Resort, Rockport, 6 miles away
      
   Eagles Nest Inn, Concrete, 8 miles away
      
   Marble Creek, -blank-, 8 miles away
      
   Dearinger Campground, Skagit County, 10 miles away
      
   Group Campground, Whatcom County, 11 miles away
      

Paddling Rivers Near Cascade Islands Campground II, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Skagit River, Skagit County, 3 miles away
      Class I-II - 16.4 miles long (Copper Creek to Rockport)

   Illabot Creek, Skagit County, 5 miles away
      Class V - 5 miles long (to Rockport-Cascade Road)

   Bacon Creek, Whatcom/Skagit County, 5 miles away
      Class II+(IV) - 6 miles long (Falls Creek to Skagit River confluence)

   Cascade River, Skagit County, 8 miles away
      Class V - 8.1 miles long (Marble Creek Campground to Bridge Close to Skagit confluence)

   Cascade River, Skagit County, 10 miles away
      Class II - 6 miles long (Mineral Park to Marble Creek Campground)


Public Lands near Cascade Islands Campground II, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Lake Chelan National Recreation Area, Sedro-Woolley - WA, 55 miles away
      
   North Cascades National Park, Sedro-Woolley - WA, 55 miles away
      
   Ross Lake National Recreation Area, Sedro-Woolley - WA, 55 miles away
      
   Rockport State Park, Washington, 16 miles away

   Wallace Falls State Park, Washington, 35 miles away


Trails near Cascade Islands Campground II, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Hidden Lake Trail, Skagit County, 13 miles away
       5.8 hiking miles, 2693 feet elevation difference

   Meadow Mountain Trail, Snohomish County, 19 miles away
      13.4 hiking miles, 4096 feet elevation difference

   Pyramid Lake Trail, Whatcom County, 19 miles away
       2.2 hiking miles, 1153 feet elevation difference

   Sulphur Mountain Way, Snohomish County, 20 miles away
       3.8 hiking miles, 4270 feet elevation difference


Lakes Near Cascade Islands Campground II, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Boulder Lake, Skagit County, 10 miles away

   Caskey Lake, Skagit County, 14 miles away

   Bouck Lake, Whatcom County, 16 miles away


Current weather conditions at Cascade Islands Campground II, Northern Cascade Range, Washington
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Local climate location: CONCRETE PPL FISH STN 10 miles away


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