Thursday, August 11, 2022

The Dyrt Announces the 2022 Best Places To Camp: Top 10 in the Northwest

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The Dyrt, the No. 1 app for camping with the most active online camping community, has announced the 2022 Best Places To Camp: Top 10 in the Northwest based on reviews and ratings from its vast community of campers. The winners represent some of the most unique, rustic, luxurious and sought-after camping destinations in the Northwest.

“For almost a decade we’ve been making it easier and easier for campers to find the information they need to make the most of their outdoor experiences,” says Kevin Long, The Dyrt CEO. “Our community has contributed and shared over 4 million reviews, photos and tips for fellow campers to use when planning their trips. Using this data, we created the 2022 Best Places to Camp: Top 10 in the Northwest list.”

  1. Kalaloch Campground — Washington
  2. Shi Shi Beach — Washington
  3. Silver Falls State Park — Oregon
  4. City of Rocks Campground — Idaho
  5. Fairholme Campground — Washington
  6. Eklutna Lake Campground — Alaska
  7. Smith Rock State Park — Oregon
  8. Hoh Rain Forest – Olympic National Park — Washington
  9. Lost Lake Resort Campground — Oregon
  10. Bay Point Landing — Oregon

These 10 highly rated camping spots are situated along hundreds of miles of coastline with mountain ranges to match. Pitch a tent by the beach, scale some premier climbing routes or just go glamping in a modern cabin where craft beer and s’more ingredients are delivered to your door. The Northwest is a rain-soaked wonderland.

“The camping community has grown so much over the years and is becoming more representative of our country as a whole,” says Sarah Smith, founder of The Dyrt. “Campers come in all shapes and sizes with different wants and needs and the 2022 Best Places to Camp reflect that. There are luxurious camping resorts, family-friendly spots, some sites that are near cities and others out in the middle of nowhere. There’s something special about each place.”

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