Mineral Lake Resort

148 Mineral Hill Road, Mineral, Washington, 98355, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 148 Mineral Hill Road, Mineral, is near Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad, Longmire Springs, and Liberty Ridge.
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    Travel Blogs from Mineral

    Volatile Beauty

    A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 19, 2014

    11 photos

    ... deer, faeries. There was much sighing. More sighing than gasping, actually, since the mountain was always in view.

    That night I rigged some bungee cords and sweatshirts to make kind of a curtain around my bed. I also made a sweet night shade out of the sun shade for the front window, using carabiners to hook it to the panic handles above the doors. Dinner was half a can of chili and a cheese sandwich.

    No screaming. Only the river and night birds.

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    To the wilderness of Washington

    A travel blog entry by happyhod on Jun 05, 2014

    15 photos

    ... our big adventure.
    We have breakfast Jackie does a pack up and we set off the weather is a little cloudy and a touch cold but they give it warming up a bit later still good weather for a hike
    We drive up Snyder road to the trailhead and fill in our pass,check everything is intact and set off the weather is actually a touch chilly as we head off up the hill from the parking lot and into the forest it's really dense and reasonably steep to begin with but soon levels ...

    Big Mountains

    A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on May 13, 2014

    29 photos

    ... depend on it for work. And it’s just such a violation of nature, in my opinion. Everywhere we saw clear cutting it was like the worst hair cut to mother nature imaginable. If only there could be designated areas where trees were grown and constantly replanted for the purpose of logging.


    The entrance to Mt. Rainier was shady from the big, dense forest enveloping it. Once past the road construction and at the first ranger ...

    Visitors

    A travel blog entry by tery_augusto on Aug 31, 2013

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... but we watched those two climbers for over half an hour until they were over the ridge and on to the other side. Gus and Kat finally arrived and off we were to climb to the saddle between Pinnacle Peak and Plummer's Peak. At the trail head we were already over 4000 ft and adding another 1700 meant we could see Mount Rainier from a different angle. We had the added bonus of seeing Mount Hood in Oregon and a slight portion ...

    Seattle again the Mountains and Old Growth Forests

    A travel blog entry by musictechqueen on Aug 21, 2013

    27 photos

    ... br> I took Zach to the playground again and it was filled with kids, Zach of course wanted to do another show for the kids so I begrudgingly let him take the Electric guitar from Dave’s house. All the kids were so in awe of Zach with the guitar and wanted to touch it and have a turn..hmm this maybe wasn't such a good idea. Zach sang ‘Eagle Rock’,his new favourite song as it was on the Wiggles space dancing movie he had watched that day, at the top of ...