Camp Every County, Washington

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Photos: Panther Creek Campground

There are no designated ADA sites, but some are certainly handicapped friendly:

Easy, multiple accress to beautiful Panther Creek makes this campground shine over otherss nearby:

The Horse Staging Area has one designated campsite, and leads to many miles of horse and hiking trails:

Historic Carson Mineral Springs and Hotel St. Martin

(mineral baths and lodging)

Beaver Campground

A playground sits at the entrance, a feature not shared by Panther Creek or Paradise Creek

The Wind River passes by the campground, with no sites on the River itself

Government Mineral Springs

Govenment Mineral Springs Resort was built in 1918, but turned to the ground in 1935. The land attached still boasts many hiking trails viewing mineral creeks. The remodeled 2-story Guard Station is now available for rent.



The trails criss-cross this 6500-acre wilderness. Iron Mike is shown below right:

Paradise Creek Campground

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