Pacific Northwest - Camping on the RSVP route?
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05-13-09, 01:00 PM
I'm thinking of riding the RSVP route over Memorial Day weekend, using 2 or 3 days. I was thinking of doing it as a lightly-loaded tour, carrying a tent and sleeping bags but no cooking gear. Is anyone familiar with the route? I'm wondering about the availability of campgrounds and restaurants along the way, say at around 60, 100, and 120 miles (60/120 for a 3-day trip, 100 for a 2-day).
05-13-09, 03:03 PM
There maybe camping between Arlington and Big Lake on hwy 9 but I am not sure, The only spot I am sure about is Laramie State Park on Chuckanut Dr about 95 miles in. I have to warn you since it is a holiday weekend you might have trouble finding a spot. As far as food the only places you will not br acle to pick up food is between Lake stevens and Arlington then Arlington to big lake, also it is scarce between Bham and Lynden (keep in mind if you are going to be in Lynden on Sunday everything will be closed). Once you cross the border there is not much until you get to Ft Langley after that you are pretty urban so there will be pleanty of places to chose
05-14-09, 02:51 PM
you can also check out the Cascade website there maybe some people there that know more about camping
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