Mineral Lake Resort

Address: 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

      Magnificent Mount Rainier

      A travel blog entry by danandrach on Oct 03, 2014

      31 photos

      ... was a gorgeous creamy blue green. We walked to a little wooden bridge where we had a better view of the river, canyon and the green landscape surrounding the area. It was simply beautiful.

      There were too many lakes and mountains to mention but another cool spot was the 'Grove of the Patriarchs', an old-growth forest just inside the entrance to the park, where there were ancient, gigantic douglas-firs, western hemlock and western red cedar, some estimated to ...

      When the Volcano Blow

      A travel blog entry by donmiller on Sep 23, 2014

      5 photos

      ... I. Time for the best meal of any
      camping trip, Breakfast! Bacon eggs pancakes juice coffee. After clean
      up we piled I to Benita's Honda CRV and off to Mt St Helens.
      I have
      not been to the Volcano viewpoint at Windy Pass before. It provides a good
      opportunity to see the Line of destruction. A pretty stark line of
      healthy forest then the blast zone with what's left of the mountain
      about 4 miles away.
      Even as cool as it is, one can ...

      Mowich Lake Getaway

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Aug 23, 2014

      4 photos

      ... it. I did not research coming to Mowich Lake. I figured there would be a few trails and walkway around the lake, but it was quite different than that. I tried walking around the lake and there was a path for a bit, but that path disappeared and went up the mountain. If there were a trail going around the lake, it would be quite dangerous because there are quite a few mountains that can ...

      Screaming From the Mountain Top

      A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 18, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... When I entered the park, the ranger had left and I was trusted to pay my own entrance fee. ****! I only had $12 of the $15 required - I had a $50 bill but there is no way I'm that generous. I figured the $3 police wouldn't chase me down.

      I found a campground just outside of the park and cooked up a nice meal of mac and cheese on my parents' two burner propane stove. My little bed was made and I set up my reading light to nestle in for the night. While ...

      To the wilderness of Washington

      A travel blog entry by happyhod on Jun 05, 2014

      15 photos

      ... stop for a coffee at a general store with a couple with an overexcited dog,the coffee is strong and unbelievably sweet we stop at a Mount Rainier viewpoint which isn't possible because of the low cloud and we go through the back roads through Enunclaw,the outskirts of Auburn and into Renton where after having a bit of trouble finding somewhere we stop for lunch at Jimmy Macs Roadhouse which looks run down but that seems to be part of their charm and once inside it's like a ...