A brand new campground just opened up near the Tri-Cities and if you've been looking for virgin soil, this campsite might be worth looking into.

One thing I love about my wife is that she's not much of a "glamper".

She's got no problem pitching a tent and roughing it out in the wild and she loves checking out new places to explore.

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If you like exploring new places as well, there is a new camping site near Tri-Cities that's now open and you can reserve your spot now.

What Is Washington State's Newest Campsite?

The new site is called Cove Loop and features 29 new hook-up sites. The new campsite is located inside Steamboat Rock State Park near Grand Coulee Dam.

Steamboat Rock State Park is a 5,043-acre camping park with 50,000 feet of freshwater shoreline at the north end of Banks Lake and a columnar, basaltic rock with a surface area of 600 acres. Three campground areas and a large day-use area are protected from winds by tall poplars.

Washington State Parks posted about the newly opened site and are taking reservations now until the end of October. You could be one of the first campers to camp on this newly developed campsite.

How Can I Register To Camp At Washington's Newest Campsite?

You can also start registering for spots for April 1, to October 31, 2022, at the new campground but hurry because spots will be snatched up quickly!

You can get more details on the new campsite and you can get registered for a spot here.

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