- Parks and Facilities
Subfacility of Whitehorse Regional Park & Campground
See Fee Schedule for camping rates
Located just outside the Town of Darrington, Whitehorse Regional Park Campground becomes the ultimate "gate-a-way" in Snohomish County, with close access to the Whitehorse Trail, North Mountain bike trails, and other DNR and Forest Service lands. 15 of the 18 spacious sites have water, 50 amp power, and sewer connections.
IMPORTANT: At this time there are no trails connecting to the park. The closest equestrian trailhead is the Darrington Trailhead (in downtown Darrington) which connects to the Whitehorse Trail. See our Helpful Links section below for recreational maps of the area.
Phase 1 - Completed May 2021
The campground has 18 campsites, a dump station and a timber-framed picnic shelter. 15 of the sites are full-utility (two of which are ADA compliant) and five are equestrian sites, each with two corrals and highlines. Water, electricity and sewer are winterized and closed November-March. Trees and native shrubs were planted fall 2021.
Phase 2 plans to add 12 non-utility (1 ADA compliant) campsites and a restroom/shower facility. The estimated completion date is summer/fall 2022. Funding has been secured for phase 2 and construction will begin spring/summer 2022.
Reservations can be made up to 270 days in advance and (to avoid double-bookings) no later than 3 days prior to the check-in date. Weekend reservations require both a Friday and Saturday night stay (1-night reservations are accepted for all other nights). Drop-in camping is allowed for sites that have not been reserved. Bookings can be made online or by contacting the Call Center (M-F, 8:30am-4:30pm) at 425-388-6600. Please be aware that transaction fees will apply.
Due to Health Department requirements, all RVs must empty their waste tanks prior to connecting to full-utility sites. There is no dump-fee charge for full-utility Whitehorse campers. Dump-fee charges will apply to all other users. The dump station is winterized and closed November-March.
For the Horses
The campground includes five equestrian campsites (two full-utility and three non-utility). Site 14D is ADA compliant. Equestrian sites have deeper driveways and include two 12'x12' corrals and a highline. For identification purposes, these sites have an "E" designation. A compost bin is located within the loop so that equestrian campers can clean their corrals prior to checking-out. Water, electricity and sewer are winterized and closed November-March.
FROM I-5: Take exit 208 and turn eastbound onto WA-530. In approximately 3.5 miles, turn left (north) onto WA-9. In 0.3 miles Turn right (back) onto WA-530 (aka Burke Ave). Continue on WA-530 for 27.7 mi. Turn left onto WA-530 (Emens Ave) and follow for 1.1 mi. Turn left onto N Mountain Rd and follow for 0.3 miles. Campground (2nd) entrance is on the right.
- Fees & Prices (refer to Fee Schedule)
- Cancellation & Change Policy
- Snohomish County Campgrounds
- Park Rules & Policies
- Darrington Recreation Area (pdf - destinationdarrington.com)
- Darrington_Map-Brochure (pdf - destinationdarrington.com)