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Douglas Fir Campground

Contact Info
2930 Wetmore Avenue
Suite 3A
Everett, WA 98201

Phone :
425-783-6000
Toll Free:
800-627-0062
Basics
Number of Sites:
29 sites
Reservations:
18 Reservable Sites

Description

Douglas Fir Campground is located along the Mt. Baker Highway (State Route 542) approximately 2 miles east of the village of Glacier near milepost 36. The campground is situated along the North Fork Nooksack River and has 29 tent/trailer sites of which 18 can be reserved. The remainder are available on a first-come-first-served basis. A day-use shelter is also reservable. The campground has 9 wheelchair accessible sites. There are vault toilets, water and garbage bins. A short trail, Horseshoe Bend, is located within easy walking distance from the campground. Refer to the table below for spur lengths and additional information.

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Details

Season
May to October
Basic Info
Total Sites:
29 sites
Additional Details

Tent/Trailer camping sites, also reservable day use picnic shelter

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