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Leonard “Bud” Allen Park/Cowlitz Falls Camp Ground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington

   

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Needless to say there are showers at this campground, and restrooms are as expected on hand. Scores of folks stay here through their trip to Mount Rainier National Park. There are water hookups.
Anxious to set up that camp site; Leonard “Bud” Allen Park/Cowlitz Falls Camp Ground is a great local campground if you happen to be in Washington. The personnel that runs this campground and the skillfully taken care of facilities are incentive enough to come here.
Some of the things you can do here at Leonard “Bud” Allen Park/Cowlitz Falls Camp Ground are fishing, swimming, whitewater paddling, hiking, and playing
 
    golf, so there's absolutely no way to get bored. The great local attractions and such a great variety of outdoors recreation are guaranteed to keep you coming back repeatedly.
Washington is a great place for campers. This campground
 is one of the fine sites to camp here in the Northern Cascade Range.
Leonard “Bud” Allen Park/Cowlitz Falls Camp Ground is a top selection with the residents of Glenoma. The Cispus River to Riffe Lake section has a distance of 9 miles; you come upon this section of whitewater on Cowlitz River. It's a grade III section. This section of Cowlitz River is suggested for whitewater paddlers of medium familiarity. Don't go whitewater paddling before first checking restrictions; it's risky stuff. The altitude variation is 3,193 feet for a gorgeous 5.5-mile-long backcountry hiking trail close at hand; we are naturally talking about the Osborne Mountain Trail. Osborne Mountain Trail is a demanding
 
backcountry hiking trail that requires around one day to backcountry trek. With its 382 foot difference between top and bottom it's a striking backcountry hiking trail; the Independence Pass Interpretive Trail is 1.  

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Other campgrounds near Leonard “Bud” Allen Park/Cowlitz Falls Camp Ground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Cowlitz Falls Campground, Randle, 0 miles away
      
   Gifford Pinchot - Iron Creek, Randle, 4 miles away
      
   Maple Grove Resort, Randle, 4 miles away
      
   Quartz Creek Big Trees Campground, Lewis County, 7 miles away
      
   Taidnapam Park, Glenoma, 7 miles away
      
   Silver Creek Campground, Lewis County, 7 miles away
      
   Shady Firs RV Park and Campground, Randle, 8 miles away
      
   Shady Firs, Randle, 8 miles away
      
   Atkisson - Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Randle, 8 miles away
      
   Beaver Campground - Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Randle, 8 miles away
      

Paddling Rivers Near Leonard “Bud” Allen Park/Cowlitz Falls Camp Ground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Cowlitz River, Lewis County, 6 miles away
      Class III - 9 miles long (Cispus River to Riffe Lake)

   Silver Creek, Lewis County, 7 miles away
      Class V - 4.5 miles long (Lynx Creek to Mary Kiona Park)

   Mineral Creek - North Fork, Lewis County, 9 miles away
      Class IV(V) - 6 miles long (Gale to Mineral Creek)

   Cispus River, Lewis County, 13 miles away
      Class III - 20.2 miles long (Road 28 Bridge to Scanewa Reservoir)

   Mineral Creek, Lewis County, 14 miles away
      Class II - 5.5 miles long (North Fork to Alder Lake)


Public Lands near Leonard “Bud” Allen Park/Cowlitz Falls Camp Ground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Mount Rainier National Park, Ashford - WA, 12 miles away
      
   Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington, 21 miles away

   Ike Kinswa State Park, Washington, 36 miles away

   Flaming Geyser State Park, Washington, 37 miles away

   Nolte State Park, Washington, 37 miles away

   Federation Forest State Park, Washington, 38 miles away


Trails near Leonard “Bud” Allen Park/Cowlitz Falls Camp Ground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Osborne Mountain Trail, Lewis County, 11 miles away
      5.5 hiking miles, 3193 feet elevation difference

   Independence Pass Interpretive Trail, Skamania County, 12 miles away
      1.5 hiking miles, 382 feet elevation difference

   Big Creek Trail, Lewis County, 12 miles away
      5 hiking miles, 1356 feet elevation difference

   Bean Creek Trail, Skamania County, 13 miles away
      7.4 hiking miles, 3072 feet elevation difference

   Purcell Mountain Trail, Lewis County, 13 miles away
      8.5 hiking miles, 5050 feet elevation difference

   Silver Creek Trail, Lewis County, 13 miles away
      4.7 hiking miles, 718 feet elevation difference

   Smith Creek Butte Trail, Skamania County, 15 miles away
      2.2 hiking miles, 1525 feet elevation difference


Golf Courses Near Leonard “Bud” Allen Park/Cowlitz Falls Camp Ground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Maple Grove RV Resort & Golf Course, Randle, 4 miles away

   Ironwood Green, Glenoma, 7 miles away


Lakes Near Leonard “Bud” Allen Park/Cowlitz Falls Camp Ground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington:

   Lone Tree Lake, Lewis County, 12 miles away

   Lake Christine, Pierce County, 14 miles away


Current weather conditions at Leonard “Bud” Allen Park/Cowlitz Falls Camp Ground, Northern Cascade Range, Washington
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Local climate location: GLENOMA 10 miles away


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