Denny Creek Campground
The Denny Creek Campground is 2,200 feet elevation with 33 tent / trailer campsites, and a group site are on this campground on the Snoqualmie River and Denny Creek. Some sites have electric hookup, and 4 sites are wheelchair accessible. The group area holds 35 people, is wheelchair accessible, and has parking spots up to 50 feet. Activities include fishing, and hiking on several trails near the campground. Trailhead for the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail is close by. The Alpine Lakes Wilderness is north of here, and Keechelus Lake is southeast on Highway 90.
From North Bend on Highway 90, go east 16 miles to exit 47, turn right to Denny Creek Road, then follow it 2 miles to the site.
For further information, call Snoqualmie Ranger District - North Bend Office at 425-888-1421.
Middle Fork Campground
The Middle Fork Campground is one of the newest, nicest, and most remote campgrounds in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. People often park nearby to swim or fish in one of the deep pools of the North Fork of the Snoqualmie River. The campground is spacious and excellent for middle size groups or scout troops.
Reservations are usually not needed unless you want a specific site or perhaps on Labor Day Weekend. The day use picnic area ($5 per vehicle) has a view that makes you think that you are in a Swiss Valley in the Alps. Camping sites 37 to 39 are also located with this view, but you need to walk a short distance up to these sites.
There are two group sites Number 3 and Number 6.
There are four very nice multi-sites at Number 1, Number 2, Number 4, and Number 7 which are $25.
You may have up to 25 people in the group site with up to 5 vehicles in each group site. The multi-sites may have up to 16 people and two vehicles are paid with the site.
Make a Reservation
To reserve a site at Middle Fork call at 877-444-6777.
Tinkham Campground is 1,600 feet in elevation with 46 tent or trailer campsites are situated along the South Fork of Snoqualmie River. 3 sites are on the river, and 3 sites are barrier-free. Hiking and fishing trails are within close driving distance. Alpine Lakes Wilderness is north of here, and Keechelus Lake is southeast on Highway 90.
From North Bend on Highway 90, go east 12 miles to exit 42, then right 1.5 miles.
For further information contact call Snoqualmie Ranger District - North Bend Office at 425-888-1421.