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

    ... 1,000 years old. It was like an enchanted forest walk with a little stream running along the walkway. The trees stood so tall and blocked out a lot of the sunlight... it was almost spooky! We didn't walk the entire loop as we're pretty lazy and it was really cold in there!

    We stopped for lunch one day in a wooden built restaurant in the middle of the forest and soaked up the beautiful autumn fall outside with the leaves on the trees turning that burnt orange ...

    When the Volcano Blow

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Sep 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... br> on a Friday night and met our goal of a before sunset arrival. It
    helped that the forest roads were paved all the way to the camp.
    Typical forest roads are washboard grooved, rutted and pot holed.
    We
    arrived around 8pm to two spacious campsites under sky scraping western
    for trees. The campground was about 3/4 full. Not sure why, but this one
    is pretty far back in the woods, only has pit toilets, a hand pump for
    potable water and ...

    Mowich Lake Getaway

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Aug 23, 2014

    4 photos

    ... every direction. You can not see Mt Rainier from the lake, but there are quite a few peaks nearby that are still pretty high. The waters here on the lake may be some of the most crystal clear water I have every seen. It is stunning and surrounded by some of the best scenery I have ever seen. I have always said Washington is one of the greenest areas on Earth and best for nature and ...

    Volatile Beauty

    A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 19, 2014

    11 photos

    ... for you guys. I gasped just as much as yesterday at the mammoth splendor. Paradise is on the western side of the mountain and receives more rainfall than the eastern side. Rainier acts as a sort of "rain shadow", keeping the precipitation from moving eastward. The vegetation here is more lush, with denser vegetation near the peak.

    Rainier was originally known by the Native People as Talol, or Tacoma, which means "mother of waters". It was renamed by ...

    Night 14: Up the Cascades

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 06, 2014

    7 photos

    ... dinner of pizza and lit a fire. Temps moderated and then fell into the 60's at night. We are surrounded by firs accented by a redwood here and there. Mosses cover almost anything on the ground. This is the most beautiful place we have been. I'm slowly suffocating the plan I had to go to Victoria via ferry from Anacortes. It seems I'm the only one interested. Tomorrow we are heading to Seattle. I haven't been there in ten years. The sound of the Nisqually's rushing water is putting me to ...