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Denny Creek Campground

In North Bend, WA, at the intersection of North Bend Way and Bendigo Blvd (State Rt. 202), take Bendigo Blvd 0.7 miles to I-90 east, Spokane entrance. Proceed east on I-90 for 16.2
miles to Exit 47 (Tinkham Rd). Take Exit 47 and, at stop sign, turn left and go 0.1 miles to a "T" intersection. Turn right onto Denny Creek Rd and go 0.2 miles to another intersection. Turn left, staying on Denny Creek Rd, and go 2.1 miles to campground on left.
Snoqualmie-North Bend Ranger district.
Denny Creek is located between the east and west parts of I-90, but there is little traffic noise that can be heard since the highways are above the campground on the mountain slopes. This campground has three overlapping loops where Lodge Creek feeds South Fork Snoqualmie River. It is in a stand of mixed conifers including Douglas fir and hemlock. The campground has an airy openness providing river views. This is a very popular campground due to the short commute form the city. The campground is open from June 27 (Depending on Snow) through labor day weekend with a host.

Asahel Curtis Nature Trail provides a lovely day trip from the campground.

Forest Service Infomation for Denny Creek Campground