This former campground no longer has an official name, but is marked by this reader board just six miles east of the town of Glacier on Forest Service Road 37. This type of camping in undeveloped areas is commonly referred to as "Boondocking," but officials prefer the term "dispersed camping."
7 of the 8 campsites rest on the south shore of the North Fork of the Nooksack River. Each site has a large firering made of river rock gathered by previous campers.
To find the Nooksack Campsites, travel east on Mt. Baker Highway to the town of Glacier. Turn right on Glacier Creek Road, and take an immediate left turn onto Forest Road 37 (a gravel road). Just past the Boyd Creek Trailhead (about 6 miles) you will see the USFS kiosk on the left. Conversely, Glacier Creek Road (which becomes Forest Service Road 39) becomes a one-lane paved road that will lead 9 miles to an incredible vista of Mount Baker.