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    Reservations needed for hiker/biker sites in Washington?

    I see that walk-in campsites can be reserved at Washington State Parks website.

    I'm planning a ride in Washington State and am wondering if there are hiker/biker sites in Washington State Campgrounds that don't need to be reserved. Or, put another way, do the hiker/biker sites in Washington work the same way as they do in California? Namely, you won't be turned away if you ride a bike into these campgrounds.

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    Hey Ray,

    As far as I understand it they are similar to CA hiker/biker sites, only more expensive (if solo), though I'm not sure I have enough practical experience to say 100%. This past weekend I rode to a state park with "primitive" sites and even though the campground was full there were still some open.
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