We went camping at Seaquest State Park over the holiday weekend. It's almost always wet there, but it's one of the kids' favorite places to camp right now. They love being in the middle of the forest -- there's just so much to play with and explore!
I didn't take many photos this time around, but I did manage to put together a little flower study highlighting the plants around our campsite. So much beauty everywhere!
Fees: $25-$45/night, Yurts available for $45-$69/night
What to bring: Rain gear, blue tarps, and camping essentials
Sights nearby: Mount St. Helens, Ape Cave Lava Tube, Silver Lake