AUTO TOURING, BIKING, BOATING, CAMPING, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, PICNICKING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, FIRE LOOKOUTS/CABINS OVERNIGHT, HORSE CAMPING
Washington Campgrounds | Beckler River Campground | The Dalles Campground | Denny Creek Campground | Douglas Fir Campground | Excelsior Group Camp | Gold Basin Campground | Horseshoe Cove Campground | Miller River Group Camp | Money Creek Campground | Panorama Point Campground | Park Creek Campground | Shannon Creek Campground | Silver Fir Campground | Tinkham Campground | Turlo Campground | Verlot Campground | Silver Springs Campground | Beaver Creek Group Camp | Esswine Group Camp | Coal Creek Group Camp | Wiley Creek Group Camp | Tulalip Group Camp | Boardman Group Camp | Marble Creek Campground | Bedal Campground | Clear Creek Campground | Red Bridge Campground | Mineral Park Campground | Middle Fork Campground
Washington Hiking Trails | Sun Top Lookout | Boardman Lake | North Cascades (SR 20) | Marblemount Boat Launch | Fire and Ice Trailhead | Lake Keechelus Trailhead | Pacific Crest – Snoqualmie North Trailhead | Middle Fork Snoqualmie Trailhead | Skookum Flats – North Trailhead | Talapus Lake Trailhead | Iron Goat/Martin Creek Trailhead | Lake Ann Trailhead | North Fork Skykomish Trailhead | Pacific Crest – Stevens North Trailhead | Elliot Creek/Goat Lake Trailhead | Hannegan Trailhead | Ice Caves Trailhead | Greenwater Lakes Trailhead | Watson Lakes Trailhead | Crystal Creek Trailhead | Excelsior Pass Trailhead | Gold Creek Pond Interpretive Site | Lake Twenty Two Trailhead | Ranger Creek Trailhead | Baker River Trailhead | Park Butte Trailhead | Wellington Trailhead | Tonga Ridge Trailhead | Meadow Mountain Trailhead | Huckleberry Mountain Trailhead | Nooksack Cirque Trailhead
Explore the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest and discover nature on a personal level. We have a little of everything to accommodate the most experienced outdoor enthusiast to the beginning hiker. The forest offers year-round recreational possibilities as well as educational opportunities. Tour the forest, visit one our lakes or rivers, go fishing, river rafting, bird watching, or for a change of pace try snowshoeing or skiing. Whatever your interests may be, the forest will amaze you. Your pet is welcome to join you on your adventure. Before you go, check weather, road and trail conditions by visiting or calling your closest ranger station.