Wallace Falls Campground

Wallace Falls State Park

North Cascades, Washington

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Wallace Falls Campground

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Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Near park and hiking trails.
Cons: 
Small.
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Region:
North Cascades, WA
Congestion: 
Moderate
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
Camping fee: 
$23.00
Day-Use/Parking Pass Required:
Washington Discover Pass
Tent/Walk-in sites: 
2
Cabins: 
5
Picnic Tables: 
Yes
Dogs allowed: 
Yes
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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Located in the 4,735-acre Wallace Falls State Park, this little campground has direct access to 12 miles of hiking trails through old-growth forest in the western Cascades. With three backcountry lakes to visit and numerous waterfalls, including the 265-foot Wallace Falls, you will have plenty to do during your stay.

Wallace Falls Campground offers two very private first-come, first-served campsites that are just a short walk from the parking area. In addition, there are five cabins with covered porches, electricity, and locking doors, each of which is furnished with bunk beds for three and a futon bed for two. Whether you opt for camping or a cabin, you will have a picnic table and fire pit to yourself.

In the warmer months, hike to the lakes for swimming or fishing, and be sure to visit the many waterfalls in the park. In winter, take advantage of a network of snowshoeing trails before warming up in one of the cozy cabins.

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