Mineral Lake Resort

148 Mineral Hill Road, Mineral, Washington, 98355, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Mineral

Mt Rainier

A travel blog entry by carol_fred

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... all we could think of was "This is the forest primeval..." The forests were deep and old and dark. Also, there was a lot of moss covering everything as this mountain gets a lot of rain. Along the road, there are lots of trail heads for hikers and at every trailhead, there was at least one car - lots of active people out here.





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Another year, another trek

A travel blog entry by lucy3119

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... Rainier National Park, arriving around midday. Despite the midday sun, we began a hike up the Skyline Trail to a scenic lookout point high in the mountains. We passed through snow and meadows scattered with wildflowers on the ascent, and although our group got separated along the way, we found each other again at Lookout Point and posed for the first of many good old trek group pictures. This first hike was a high point for me as ...

Day 12: Up the Cascades

A travel blog entry by splencner

... then flow to Astoria and the Pacific through a windy gorge marking the state line. The Tri-city area was large and off the path. We were drawn by a Seattle fast food chain that we hadn't tasted in ten years. Ivar's Seafood Bar is on Elliot Bay in downtown Seattle, but they had a chain in this southeast Washington city. It was in a mall. I rember the cod being so amazingly fresh and the sauce and, ooh, it's been ten years! So we went to the mall ...

Road Day!!! Glacier to Mt Rainier 'bout 8hrs

A travel blog entry by romaninifamily

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... and catch, and when the ball rolled under the RV (twice...), Alli crawled underneath the RV and grabbed the ball. Then, we went to dinner at the Buzz In Steakhouse (don't be fooled by the word "steakhouse"). After dinner, we headed back to the RV and hit the hay to rest up for our day trip at Seattle tomorrow. Written by: Allisa, Anthony, Abby, and ...

Memorial Day Camping

A travel blog entry by frawldog

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We had our first weekend away from home that was not a day trip. We left from my work and headed over the Snoqualmie Pass, but hit heavy traffic. It took us over two hours to get to the pass, but finally got there. Luckily we were in Claire's vehicle and she has a radio. Along the way to Mineral, we had a few stops in random small towns like Roslyn and Ronald. Ronald has nothing but a restaurant there. Roslyn is still very small, but ...

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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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