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Whitehorse Campground

Subfacility of Whitehorse Regional Park

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Admission Fee

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Max Occupancy 8
Documents

Map - Whitehorse Campground Phase 1

Other Link Reservations
We are looking for a camp host for this park for summer 2021. For more information or if you are interested in a position, email Ranger Jeanne Blackburn at  jeanne.blackburn@snoco.org 

Snohomish Count
y Park's first equestrian campground opening Summer 2021!  Reservations opening soon!
Campsite horse corral  with Whitehorse Mountain in distance


Located just outside the Town of Darrington, Whitehorse Regional Park Campground becomes the ultimate "gate-a-way" in Snohomish County, with close access to the  Whitehorse Trail, North Mountain bike trails, and other DNR and Forest Service lands.  15 of the 18 spacious sites will have water, 50amp power, and sewer connections.  

Reservations


Reservations can be made up to 270 days in advance and (to avoid double-bookings) no later than 3 days prior to check-in date.   Weekend reservations require both a Friday and Saturday night stay (1-night reservations are accepted for all other nights).  Drop-in camping is allowed for sites that have not been reserved.  Bookings can be made online or by contacting the Call Center (M-F, 8:30am-4:30pm) at 425-388-6600.  Please be aware that transaction fees will apply.  

Dump Station


Due to Health Department requirements, all RVs must empty their waste tanks prior to connecting to full-utility sites.  There is no dump-fee charge for full-utility Whitehorse campers.  Dump-fee charges will apply to all other users.  



For the Horses

The campground will include five Equestrian campsites (two full-utility and three non-utility).  Site 14D is ADA compliant.  Equestrian sites have deeper driveways and include two 12'x12' corrals.  For identification purposes, these sites have an "E" designation.  A compost bin is located within the loop so that equestrian campers can clean their corrals prior to checking-out.  

​Construction


Phase 1
Phase 1 consists of 18 campsites, dump station, and a timber-framed picnic shelter.  15 of the sites are full-utility (two of which are ADA compliant) and five will each include two corrals.    Opening Memorial Day weekend 2021.

Phase 2
Phase 2 will consist of 12 non-utility (1 ADA compliant) campsites and a restroom.  Estimated restroom completion is Summer 2022.  Construction start date for Phase 2 campsites is pending funding.

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