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Washington RV Camping – Concrete

Free Recreational Vehicle Camping Near Concrete Washington

Seasonal free RV camping, and peak season fee campsites are available north of Concrete along Baker Lake in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. Fabulous scenery, unlimited outdoor recreation opportunities, and free RV camping at a private company maintained developed campground.

This recommended free RV camping location is one of our Featured Campgrounds.

Concrete Location

Concrete is located on state highway 20 about 30 miles east of I-5, or about 20 miles east of Sedro-Woolley. Concrete has a small general store with limited grocery items, and liquor store. Fuel is also available. Known as Minnehaha, Baker, and Cement City, the town adopted it’s current name of Concrete in 1909.


RV Camping – Kulshan Campground

From Labor Day, to Memorial Day, the Kulshan campground charges a reasonable fee, but off peak months, camping is free, and the facilities are first rate! This campground is maintained by Pueget Power as part of the Baker Lake Dam project. Facilities include flush and chemical toilets, picnic tables, fire rings, water, and an RV dump station. Fabulous views, hiking, fishing, and boating are some of the outdoor recreation activities available.


The campground is divided into two areas by a water canal. The area pictured above is in the eastern section of the campground with Mt Baker in the backround and is more open, while the lower picture shows the heavy shade available in the section located on the west side of the canal.


Nearby Outdoor Recreation

The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest extends more than 140 miles along the western slope of the Cascade Mountains. From the Canadian border on the north, to Mt. Rainier National Park on the south, this popular national forest offers all types of outdoor recreation opportunities. The Baker Lake area offers miles of trails, boating, and fishing. The scenery is fantastic, and for those looking for something different, there are reports of Bigfoot in the area.


There is a public boat ramp available, and miles of Baker Lake shore available for fishing and primitive boat-in or hike-in camping. The Cascade Mountains offer a spectactular backdrop for an RV camping location don’t you agree?


RV Camping Information You Can Use

We recommend the Washington Road & Recreation Atlas by Benchmark Maps to find RV camping locations near Concrete. This Washington atlas features separate landscape (shaded relief) and recreation map sections. The recreation section shows public, state and private lands using different colors to make land administration agency determination easy. Campgrounds, lakes and streams, parks, forests, boat launches, wildlife areas, back roads, and RV parks are just a few of the information areas covered by this recreation atlas. Put that together with Delorme Topo USA 6.0 Software and you have a versatile set of tools to find RV camping sites all across Washington.

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