Winter rain in the Pacific Northwest can be a tough monkey to wrestle. Nevertheless, when the winter gloom sets in, an opportunity arises to experience the forests and coastline around the Puget Sound in a whole new way. Wisps of clouds of mist hover on mountainsides, the rain brings out new sights and smells, ferns and lichen doused and dripping with moisture. There’s no better cure for the winter doldrums than getting back outside. When properly equipped, winter camping can relieve even the most entrenched restlessness. Alternately, search for a campground opportunity that offers indoor accommodations such as cabins or yurts. Many of these campgrounds also have full RV hookups, as well. Check out these camping options, ideal for winter excursions in the Puget Sound.