Three thousand feet into a glacial canyon, 112 tent-only campsites make up Mount Rainier National Park’s White River Campground. White River is nestled in a forest with pine-laden slopes that soar upwards toward the sky. It’s a large campsite, and although the amenities are fairly basic (vault toilets instead of flush and no potable water), the location in the northeastern section of the park makes it a great home base for exploring. White River Campground is open seasonally—June through September—and sites are available on a first come first serve basis.
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