Dating sites for spokane wa
The sites will accommodate tents, RV’s or vehicles with trailers. A camping unit is defined as one vehicle and tent or one vehicle and trailer or one recreational vehicle, with a maximum of eight people per campsite.
There are two stables for park users’ horses with tie stalls for up to 30 horses each.
A Recreation Pass is necessary for each vehicle parked at trailheads where required. This camp is on Bell Pass Trail #603.3, available from Elbow Lake Trail #697. Drive for 9.0 miles continuing onto NF Road38, continue another 3.4 miles to the trailhead. Trail is not maintained and in poor condition/hard to follow. Park Butte Trail # 603 Trailhead (Schrieber's Meadow) Elev 3360 48.7070622094N, 121.812564252W (UTM 10U e587359 n5395572) WGS84 datum Google Map link USFS lands Mt Baker Snoqualmie National Forest Mt. Turn left (north) on the Baker Lake Road (Forest Service Road #11). Travel 3.6 miles to the junction of Forest Service Road #13. Baker Lake Elev 800 48.750385N, 121.555175W (UTM 10U e606204 n5400715) WGS84 datum Google Map link USFS lands Mt Baker Snoqualmie National Forest Mt.Feed: Skagit Farmers Supply, 1276 S Burlington Blvd, Burlington WA 98233 360-757-4055 Feed: Laurel Farm & Western Supply, 325 W Laurel Rd, Bellingham WA 98226 360-398-1216 Vet: Catherine Gilbertson (Vet On Wheels), 1214 Dupont St, Bellingham WA 98225 360-671-7707 Vet: Chuckanut Valley Veterinary Clinic, 896 N Burlington Blvd, Burlington WA 98233 360-757-3722 Farrier: Glenn Hallberg, 13224 Janicki Rd, Sedro Woolley WA 98284 360-941-3986 Farrier: Gradt Farrier Service, 2180 Dellesta Dr, Bellingham, WA 98226 360-296-5167Lizard Lake Elev 1880 48.631378173828N, 122.40516662597W (UTM 10U e543828 n5386650) WGS84 datum Google Map link DNR lands (Discover Pass required) Part of Chuckanut Mountain Park (county park) Washington State Department of Natural Resources Northwest Region 919 N Township Street Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284-9384 360-856-3500 [email protected] Pack-in camp 3 sites No potable water Toilet Hitch rail, bench, fire ring and tent pad at each site Maximum stay length: 7 days (in a 30-day period) Use of weed free feed is encouraged but not required. Driving Directions: Interstate 5 to exit # 240, Lake Samish Road. Provides access to: Elbow Lake Trail # 697 See Maps page for Topographic maps showing trails. Driving Directions: State Route 20 to milepost 82.33 - Baker Lake Road : Head north on Baker Lake Road for 12.2 miles.DNR trail map (link to PDF) See Maps page for Topographic map showing trails. Continue on Lake Samish Road northwest for 0.5 mile to Barrel Springs Road on the left. A Recreation Pass is necessary for each vehicle parked at trailheads where required. Turn left onto NF Road 12 and continue for another 13.5 miles. NF Road 12 is Gravel one-lane Baker Lake Road intersection on State Route 20 looks like this (Baker Lake Road to the left) coming from the west and like this (Baker Lake Road to the right) coming from the east.A toilet, loading ramp and hitching rails are located at the parking area. Passenger vehicles are prohibited from parking in the stock vehicle parking area from August 1 - October 31. A backcountry permit is required for overnight use in the park. See Maps page for Topographic maps showing trails and camp location. There is a suspension bridge (image with a Google Image link to others.) over the Baker River on the Baker Lake Trail. Be aware that water in the lake gets drawn down in the fall.Access to the lake itself is not available but stream water is available for the stock. For those wishing a one-way trip along the lake you can park a rig at the south end or have someone pick you up.