Though there are three camping grounds inside Mount Rainier National Park and of course, all three are famous, impressive, and beautiful. of the three, The reasons Ohanapecosh is top on my list is the river that runs right it; the luxuriant age-old forest; and the fact that of the three it has least crowds. Also, farther along on the road is the renowned Grove of the Patriarchs track. Here you can see some of the biggest trees imaginable.
There are some very nice facilities here, including water and flush toilets. You can book in advance, for only $15 a night. With 188 camps to choose from, Ohanapecosh offers you a budget-friendly natural environment for you and your family. However, there are no cooking facilities, so you might want to plan with that in mind.
Read more in Tripatini member Robert Walsh's post 5 Top Washington State Spots for Camping and Hiking.