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Twin Falls Campground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington

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On 9/2/13, there was a bald faced hornet nest in the vault toilet. You may want to bring some wasp killer. And it would be worth it - this place is a gem! Says HillSlug98239

Primitive campgrounds such as Twin Falls Campground donít have many amenities. If you love nature you will like a primitive campground like Twin Falls Campground. This primitive campground is situated in an exceptionally charming locality. Primitive campgrounds like this one can be
 
    hard to get to, but they are beautiful. Ok, you've been cooped up too long; Twin Falls Campground in Washington is a really splendid location to spend some time. Twin Falls Campground is situated in a vicinity with a lot of fun stuff
 to do; a lot of people like to come here to get away.
The Northern Cascade Range scenery is always striking.
Several people stay here for the purpose of being close to Gifford Pinchot National Forest.
Some activities here at Twin Falls Campground are fishing, whitewater paddling, swimming, and hiking, so you wonít run out of things to do. With so much stuff to do in Washington you'll never get bored. The great variety of local attractions and such
 
    a large number of things to do are magnificent reasons to come.
Lewis River - North Fork has a type II-III section of whitewater close by. The 3-mile-from-beginning-to-end Twin Falls to FR 88 portion is pleasant to kayak. If you
  possess a little bit of whitewater kayaking and rafting know-how, this portion of Lewis River - North Fork may be a great spot for you. Don't go whitewater kayaking and rafting before first checking conditions; it's treacherous business. A pretty wilderness hiking trail in close proximity is Table Mountain Trail; it's 5.3 miles long and has a variation in altitude of 2,007 feet.  


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Other campgrounds near Twin Falls Campground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Council Lake Campground, Skamania County, 4 miles away
      
   Olallie, -blank-, 5 miles away
      
   Steamboat Lake Campground, Skamania County, 5 miles away
      
   Olallie Lake Campground, Skamania County, 5 miles away
      
   Takhlakh Lake Campground - Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Randle, 6 miles away
      
   Chain of Lakes Campground, Skamania County, 7 miles away
      
   Cat Creek Campground, Skamania County, 7 miles away
      
   Saddle Campground, Skamania County, 8 miles away
      
   South Campground, Skamania County, 8 miles away
      
   Cold Spring Campground, Skamania County, 9 miles away
      

Paddling Rivers Near Twin Falls Campground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Lewis River - North Fork, -blank-County, 0 miles away
      Class II-III - 3 miles long (Twin Falls to FR 88)

   Lewis River - North Fork, -blank-County, 4 miles away
      Class IV - 3.4 miles long (FR 88 to Quartz Creek)

   Cispus River, LewisCounty, 6 miles away
      Class V+ - 5.9 miles long (Adams Fork to FR 23 Bridge)

   White Salmon River, SkamaniaCounty, 7 miles away
      Class III-IV(V) - 8.4 miles long (Cascade Creek to Trout Lake)

   Quartz Creek, SkamaniaCounty, 8 miles away
      Class IV-V+ - 5 miles long (Snaggletooth Creek to Lewis River)


Public Lands near Twin Falls Campground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Mount Rainier National Park, Ashford - WA, 33 miles away
      
   Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington, 8 miles away

   Seneca Fouts Memorial State Park, Oregon, 25 miles away

   Viento State Park, Oregon, 25 miles away

   Wygant State Park, Oregon, 25 miles away

   Starvation Creek State Park, Oregon, 25 miles away


Trails near Twin Falls Campground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Table Mountain Trail, Skamania County, 2 miles away
      5.3 hiking miles, 2007 feet elevation difference

   Divide Camp Trail, Skamania County, 8 miles away
       5.2 hiking miles, 1465 feet elevation difference

   Round The Mountain Trail, Skamania County, 12 miles away
       15.4 hiking miles, 977 feet elevation difference

   East Crater Trail, Skamania County, 13 miles away
       11.2 hiking miles, 1609 feet elevation difference

   Highline Trail, Yakima County, 13 miles away
       14 hiking miles, 2264 feet elevation difference

   Lusk Creek Trail, Skamania County, 14 miles away
      1.3 hiking miles, 780 feet elevation difference

   Klickitat Trail, Lewis County, 14 miles away
       4.2 hiking miles, 1263 feet elevation difference


Lakes Near Twin Falls Campground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Placid Lake, Skamania County, 13 miles away

   Lone Tree Lake, Lewis County, 17 miles away

   Bench Lake, Yakima County, 19 miles away


Current weather conditions at Twin Falls Campground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington
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Local climate location: LONGMIRE RAINIER NPS 16 miles away

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