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Denny Creek Campground | North Bend, Washington

The Denny Creek Campground in North Bend, Washington, is located on the Snoqualmie River near the Wagon Road Trail. It's a prime destination for anyone camping near Seattle.

Denny Creek Campground is known as one of the oldest camping areas near the Snoqualmie River. It's a historic, convenient, and exciting campsite that provides access to a few fantastic trails, like:

  • Denny Creek Trail

  • Franklin Forest Trail

  • Wagon Road Trail

Denny Creek Campground

Where is It?

The campground is 17 miles east of North Bend on the Snoqualmie River, where it crosses with Denny Creek. To reach the campground from Seattle, take Interstate 90 to Exit 47.

The campground runs parallel to Highway 90 and is not far from Lodge Lake.

If you're lucky, you might even get a sight of Mount Baker looming in the distance, the namesake of the Mount Baker Wilderness Area.

The fast-flowing Denny Creek
The fast-flowing Denny Creek

What You Need to Know

The Denny Creek Campground is a popular camping area near Bend, Washington. It's open from May 27th to September 29th every year.

  • There are 24 sites.

  • There is one group site that holds up to 50 people.

  • Reservations are possible.

  • Call 877.444.6777 to reserve a spot.

Amenities at Denny Creek Campground

Denny Creek is not the largest or best-outfitted campground in Washington. Here are the amenities you'll have access to while you're there:

  • Picnic tables

  • Water

  • Flush toilets

  • Fire rings

  • A few electrical hookups

A small fall in Denny Creek
A small fall in Denny Creek

To Do Near Denny Creek Campground

A View of Denny Creek
A view of Denny Creek

Near the campground, you're going to find a wonderful variety of activities. You'll be able to enjoy fishing, hiking, and even horseback riding. The area offers skiing in the winter months as well. The nearby trails are:

Denny Creek Trail

A beautiful and popular trail that's family friendly. It's an ideal choice if you're looking to get some exercise and you want to enjoy the wonderful natural slide near the crieek.

Franklin Forest Trail

The Franklin Forest Trail is another good nearby option. It takes you gradually through the woods with views of the river. It ends at Franklin Falls.

Wagon Road Trail

This short trail is just under two miles in length. It only gains a few feet in elevation, around 400, and takes you through the dense, beautiful forest near Denny Creek. It's easy to follow is suitable for most hikers.

You might also want to check out the nearby Rattlesnake Ledges Trail or visit Rattlesnake Lake below the trail. Mount Pilchuck is another wonderful, although harder, choice.

Flora and Fauna

THe nearby flora and fauna are as diverse as they are beautiful. You can expect to see moss, orchids, ferns, wildflowers as well as many migratory birds, native fish, and even some mountain goats if you're lucky.

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