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North Fork Teanaway River - Dispersed

About

State Park

Recreation Enjoy Teanaway Community Forest, a beautiful recreation destination situated at the Yakima Basin watershed headwaters. Since Native Americans first inhabited the area 11,500 years ago to the present, people have thought this 50,241-acre forest to be special. Whether you’re planning to take your horses out along the West Fork Teanaway River or explore the incredible geologic formation of Cheese Rock, Teanaway Community Forest offers striking views, recreation opportunities, and a chance to see conservation and sustainable forestry in action.

Kiosk maps within the forest help to guide visitors to trails campgrounds found within the scenic Teanaway. Hikers, horseback riders, and mountain bikers may use the existing, unmaintained trails and gated roads at their own risk until sanctioned trails are established through the Teanaway Community Forest implementation Recreation Plan (page 75). Nearby national forests also have several multi-use trailheads within the community forest. Visitors should follow the rules set by the U.S. Forest Service when using these trails. TEANAWAY COMMUNITY FOREST TIPS Please respect private property inholdings by using our map to avoid trespassing. To protect the landscape, visitors may not construct new trails or change existing trails. Motorcycle, ORV, and ATV riders are reminded that they are not allowed on gated roads closed to motor vehicles and are asked to honor posted off-limit areas; it is illegal to drive around berms or other barriers intended to inhibit motorized use. Cutting firewood is not allowed. Stays are limited to seven days in a 30-day period. Enjoy equestrian camping in Indian Camp and Teanaway Campground only. No dispersed camping, or camping outside of a designated campground, allowed. Hunting and fishing are allowed in the Teanaway under WDFW regulations. Please honor county parking signs when accessing the groomed trail system. Parking for 47 miles of groomed trail is available at the Teanaway/ 29 Pines Staging Area located on the North Fork Teanaway Road. For more information, click here.

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North Fork Teanaway River - Dispersed is located in Washington

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Coordinates

47.389328143702905 N
120.90496588963637 W

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vicki
Reviewed Jul. 14, 2022

Great dispersed camping

Lots of options in the area. Some sites were close together while many were nice and secluded. Our only complaint was that our site was right off the road and we experienced moderate traffic which caused a lot of dust. We had a nice short walk through a secluded walk in site that led to a rocky river bed. We also had a horse trail across the road that we walked. Lots of wild flowers to enjoy.

Month of VisitAugust
D
Reviewed Sep. 15, 2021

Nice spot near the river

There are ~5 dispersed campsites on this side road off the main North Fork Teanaway road. Some maps show this side road as "Loop Camp 973725".

I think this site has the best river access, but a couple of others have better distance from the main road. However, I think this site is far enough from the road. Noise and dust from the road were minimal.

It's plenty large for tenting, or a truck camper. I wouldn't bring a trailer, other than a very small one. There is a fire ring, but no fires allowed at this time of year, unless you have the propane kind.

The sounds of the river are nice. It's a mild scramble to get down to the river, but worth it. The water was clear and cold. Very pretty. No fishing allowed, but the river is shallow so I don't think there would be anything to catch anyway. On a hot day, this would be a nice spot to park a chair in the river and soak up some sun!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the elevation of North Fork Teanaway River - Dispersed?

North Fork Teanaway River - Dispersed is located at 3299 feet.

Are fires allowed at North Fork Teanaway River - Dispersed?

Yes, according to campers on TheDyrt.com, fires are allowed at North Fork Teanaway River - Dispersed, although make sure to check current fire restrictions in the area.

Does North Fork Teanaway River - Dispersed have wifi?

No, according to campers on TheDyrt.com, North Fork Teanaway River - Dispersed does not have wifi.