This book from FalconGuides has detailed information on nearly 400 public campgrounds in the state of Washington. Handy charts tell you at a glance whether a park has RV sites, and if so, what size RV it can accommodate. The chart also lists the availability of hookups and dump stations, along with other useful information.
Author Steve Giordano, a frequent contributor to RV Life, gives detailed descriptions of each campground so you will know what to expect before you decide to go there. The campgrounds are grouped by region, and there are maps to pinpoint locations.
In addition, Giordano has selected the five campgrounds best suited for campers in six categories: hikers, anglers, wildlife viewers, families with small children, families with teenagers, and loners who want to get away from it all. For wildlife viewing, his choices are the Salt Creek Recreation Area near Port Angeles, Big Meadow Lake 99 miles north of Spokane, Deception Pass State Park 18 miles west of Burlington, Pearrygin Lake State Park near Winthrop, and Millersylvana State Park near Olympia.
Camping Washington is published by an imprint of Globe Pequot Press and has a cover price of $16.95.