Mt. Baker Ski Area

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1420 Iowa Street, Bellingham, WA, 98229

Mt. Baker Ski Area is located at the end of State HWY 542 and features a limited number of RV/trailer/camper and van sites.  While the sites are bare-bones, you can wake up in one of the most beautiful mountain areas in North America. 

Open Dates: December 13 to April 24

Last Updated: 08/05/2022


Heather Meadows 30' long x 16' wide - Occupied RV/Van/Camper/Trailer

This site size is 30' x 16' and ALL vehicles and outdoor amenities must fit within this space. If you have a trailer and the TOTAL length of your tow rig and trailer is longer than 30', or if your RV, Van and/or outdoor amenities do not fit within this site, YOU MUST RESERVE A DIFFERENT SITE. There are two other options: - 30' x 24' - detach your tow rig and park next to your trailer, or enjoy extra room next to your RV/Van/Camper. - 50' x 16' - for the long RV or trailer/tow rig combo. *This site is ONLY for an RV, Camper, Van or Trailer with occupant(s) staying in the vehicle overnight at HEATHER MEADOWS. Vehicle in this site may NOT be left unattended overnight. If the vehicle is left unattended overnight it may be deemed abandoned and impounded with a minimum $100 per day release fee.

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Heather Meadows 30' X 16' Occupied RV/Camper/Van/Trailer $27.00 Choose Your Site
White Salmon Occupied RV/Camper/Van/Trailer $27.00 Choose Your Site
Unoccupied Car/Van/Truck White Salmon

This site is reserved for unoccupied car/truck/van that will be left overnight while occupant(s) camp in backcountry ONLY. No overnight camping inside vehicle is allowed in this site.

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Unoccupied car/truck/van White Salmon $27.00 Choose Your Site
Unoccupied Car/Van/Truck Heather Meadows

This site is reserved for unoccupied car/truck/van that will be left overnight at Heather Meadows while occupant(s) camp in backcountry ONLY. No overnight camping inside vehicle is allowed in this site.

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Unoccupied car/truck/van Heather Meadows $27.00 Choose Your Site
50' long x 16' wide Occupied RV/Camper/Van/Trailer - White Salmon

- The site size is 50' x 16' and all vehicles and outdoor amenities must fit within this space. If your vehicle(s) and amenities do not fit in the designated 50' x 16' your reservation will be cancelled and refunded. - This site is ONLY for an RV, Camper, Van or Trailer with occupant(s) staying in the vehicle overnight. Vehicle in this site may NOT be left unattended overnight. If the vehicle is left unattended overnight it will be may be deemed abandoned and impounded with a minimum $100 per day release fee.

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50' x 16' Occupied RV/Camper/Van/Trailer - White Salmon $49.00 Choose Your Site
White Salmon 30' long x 24' wide - Trailer + tow vehicle/RV/Van Occupied

- The site size is 30' x 24' and all vehicles and outdoor amenities must fit within this space. If your rig(s) do not fit in this space, you must change your reservation to a 50' x 16' ft. space. - This site is ONLY for an RV, Camper, Van or Trailer with occupant(s) staying in the vehicle overnight. If the vehicle is left unattended overnight it will be may be deemed abandoned and impounded with a minimum $100 per day release fee.

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White Salmon 30' x 24' Occupied Trailer/RV/Camper/Van $39.00 Choose Your Site
White Salmon 30' long x 16' wide - Occupied

This site size is 30' x 16' and ALL vehicles and outdoor amenities must fit within this space. If you have a trailer and the TOTAL length of your tow rig and trailer is longer than 30', or if your RV, Van and/or outdoor amenities do not fit within this site, YOU MUST RESERVE A DIFFERENT SITE. There are two other options: - 30' x 24' - detach your tow rig and park next to your trailer, or enjoy extra room next to your RV/Van/Camper. - 50' x 16' - for the long RV or trailer/tow rig combo. *This site is ONLY for an RV, Camper, Van or Trailer with occupant(s) staying in the vehicle overnight at WHITE SALMON. Vehicle in this site may NOT be left unattended overnight. If the vehicle is left unattended overnight it will be may be deemed abandoned and impounded with a minimum $100 per day release fee.

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White Salmon 16' x 30' Occupied $27.00 Choose Your Site
Heather Meadows 30' x 24' Occupied Trailer + tow rig / RV/Van/Camper

- The site size is 30' x 24' and all vehicles and outdoor amenities must fit within this space. If your rig(s) do not fit in this space, you must change your reservation to a 50' x 16' ft. space. - This site is ONLY for an RV, Camper, Van or Trailer with occupant(s) staying in the vehicle overnight at HEATHER MEADOWS. If the vehicle is left unattended overnight it will be may be deemed abandoned and impounded with a minimum $100 per day release fee.

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Heather Meadows 30' x 24' Occupied Trailer/RV/Camper/Van $37.00 Choose Your Site

VISIBILITY OF VEHICLES AND OUTDOOR ITEMS

All vehicles and items located outside in your site MUST be clearly visible at all times. During snowfall, perform regular snow removal and make sure all vehicles and items in your site are clearly visible and/or clearly marked at all corners for visibility.

RELEASE AGREEMENT

Acknowledgement of Responsibilities, Awareness of Risks and Hazards, and Agreement not to Sue  I understand that I am ACCOUNTABLE FOR MY ACTIONS AND ADHERING TO MY RESPONSIBILITIES, including but not limited to those herein, and for educating myself and having knowledge of the mountain environment and the risks and hazards associated with MY ACTIVITIES (MY ACTIVITIES are outlined below). This RELEASE AGREEMENT (“Agreement”) pertains to the purchase and/or use of any and all Mt. Baker Ski Area, Inc. services, facilities, or equipment, participation in any mountain activities including but not limited to overnight parking, skiing and snowboarding, and/or participation in any program, instruction, and/or event on or off premise during the 2021-2022 season until the 2022-2023 season (collectively "MY ACTIVITIES").  THIS AGREEMENT APPLIES TO THE OVERNIGHT PARKING RESERVATION HOLDER AND USER ("I", "me", "my", and "myself") named in the Reservation. I agree and acknowledge that I AM RESPONSIBLE FOR AND SUBJECT TO THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT AND THE FOLLOWING RULES AND CONDITIONS OF USE BY MT. BAKER SKI AREA, INC. I AGREE TO THESE TERMS: MY RESPONSIBILITIES 1. I ACCEPT MY RESPONSIBILITY TO: a. BE AWARE OF MY ENVIRONMENT and location. b. EDUCATE MYSELF regarding the mountain environment, including but not limited to the risks, hazards, and dangers of mountain activities and My Activities, as well as educate myself about Mt. Baker Ski Area, Inc. policies and guidelines, and applicable codes and laws. This information is available from multiple resources and in multiple locations, including but not limited to the trail map, posted at the ski area, and/or online at www.mtbaker.us. c. Use GOOD JUDGMENT, BE SAFETY CONSCIOUS, and USE COMMON SENSE at all times. d. ACTIVELY ASSESS AND MINIMIZE RISKS and hazards at all times. e. RESPECT all warnings, warning signs, and closures. f. BE AWARE OF MY ACTIONS and how they affect myself and others. g. ACT RESPONSIBLY for my safety and the safety of others. h. ADHERE TO PROPER LIFT/TOW USE AND RIDING BEHAVIOR and practices. i. ADHERE TO ALL MOUNTAIN POLICIES and guidelines, as well as applicable codes and laws. j. ADHERE TO CURRENT SKI AREA COVID-19 POLICIES and be responsible for my own safety and safety practices. I UNDERSTAND the contagious nature of COVID-19 and that despite precautions I may be at risk for exposure to COVID-19 and I accept this risk. 2. I ACCEPT FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL MEDICAL EXPENSES, AND/OR ANY SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND NON-ECONOMIC LOSSES OR DAMAGES INCURRED as a result of My Activities and/or associated activities. RISKS, HAZARDS, AND DANGERS 3. I understand that as a visitor to Mt. Baker Ski Area I will encounter a rugged, ever-changing, and at times severe mountain environment. I UNDERSTAND THAT MY SAFETY IS NOT GUARANTEED and I may be seriously hurt as a result of My Activities and/or associated activities. 4. I understand THE NATURE OF the rugged and ever-changing mountain environment, mountain activities and action sports, and My Activities, including but not limited to the nature of changing weather, snow conditions, and avalanches.  5. WARNING: RISK OF AVALANCHES, SLIDING, AND FALLING SNOW. I understand that while snow safety and avalanche mitigation efforts by Mt. Baker Ski Area may help reduce the risk of avalanches, avalanches and snow slides do occur at ski areas, both inside and outside of posted boundaries. AVALANCHES, SLIDING, AND FALLING SNOW ARE AN INHERENT RISK OF MY ACTIVITIES due to the characteristics of snow and its variable nature throughout the ever-changing mountain environment. I understand that I am responsible for becoming educated about snow safety and using this education to reduce the risk of injury or death, to myself and/or others, through my own actions and awareness. See www.nwac.us, www.avalanche.org and www.deepsnowsafety.org for more information. 6. I understand that skiing and snowboarding are action sports and that My Activities, including but not limited to overnight parking, skiing, snowboarding, using and riding lifts/tows, and all mountain activities CARRY SIGNIFICANT INHERENT AND OTHER RISKS.  7. I understand that MOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENT HAZARDS EXIST, may occur without warning, and that THE ENTIRE SKI AREA EXISTS IN A HAZARDOUS MOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENT with significant inherent and other risks. Mountain environment hazards include but are not limited to both NATURAL AND HUMAN CREATED HAZARDS which may be MARKED OR UNMARKED, HIDDEN OR EXPOSED, and/or ON OR OFF THE SLOPES. These NATURAL AND HUMAN CREATED MOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENT HAZARDS exist in and around ALL FACILITIES OF THE SKI AREA and include but are not limited to: ORGANIC, GEOLOGICAL, SNOW, WATER, AND WEATHER-RELATED HAZARDS such as avalanches, sliding or falling snow, bare spots, bumps, deep snow, tree wells, snow immersion suffocation hazards, creeks, holes, moguls, stumps, forest growth and debris, rocks, cliffs, extreme terrain, freestyle or feature terrain, jumps, mountain weather conditions, and variation and changes in snow, ice, and terrain. HUMAN CREATED HAZARDS include but are not limited to: equipment, lifts/tows, snow machines, snowmobiles, terrain modifications, collisions with structures, people, machines or devices, and exposure to COVID-19. MANY OTHER HAZARDS AND DANGERS EXIST WITHIN THE MOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENT including those that may not be known to me. SUCH HAZARDS AND DANGERS ARE RECOGNIZED AND ACCEPTED whether they are marked or unmarked, hidden or exposed, and/or on or off the slopes. 8. I understand, agree, and accept that THERE ARE INHERENT AND OTHER RISKS AND DANGERS WHEN USING AND RIDING LIFTS/TOWS and IT IS MY RESPONSIBILITY TO BE FAMILIAR WITH AND HAVE THE ABILITY TO ADHERE TO PROPER LIFT/TOW USE, INCLUDING LOADING, RIDING, AND UNLOADING TECHNIQUES, PROCEDURES, AND BEHAVIOR. I am willing to fully assume all responsibility for maintaining good judgment, and appropriate and proper lift/tow riding behavior and use, and assume all the risks associated with all activities related to the use of lifts/tows. I also agree that I will not attempt to use a lift/tow until I have the knowledge and ability to adhere to proper lift/tow use. 9. I understand, agree, and accept the significant inherent and other risks of MOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENT HAZARDS AND MY ACTIVITIES, including but not limited to lift/tow use, which, independently or in combination with my actions and/or the acts of others, MAY CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY, SERIOUS AND/OR FATAL PERSONAL INJURY, DEATH, PERMANENT DISABILITY, EMOTIONAL DISTRESS, emotional trauma, emotional damages, illness, severe social, economic and non-economic damages and losses, property damage, financial hardship, and/or other damages TO MYSELF AND/OR OTHERS. Such consequences may also result from my own actions or inactions, negligence of others, the condition of the premise, and/or any equipment used. Further, I understand there may be other risks including those not known to me or not reasonably foreseeable at this time, including but not limited to exposure to COVID-19. Falls and collisions occur, including but not limited to falls while skiing or snowboarding, slips and falls, falls from lifts/tows, and collisions with other people or objects. I ASSUME ALL RISKS AS WELL AS THE RESPONSIBILITY TO USE GOOD JUDGMENT AND COMMON SENSE, AND BE SAFETY CONSCIOUS AT ALL TIMES. 11. I certify that with my experience, capabilities, and current physical condition that I AM QUALIFIED TO PARTICIPATE IN MY ACTIVITIES including but not limited to SKI, SNOWBOARD, and MOUNTAIN ACTIVITIES AND THAT I HAVE NOT BEEN ADVISED OTHERWISE BY A MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL.  12. I AUTHORIZE AND CONSENT TO ANY FIRST AID, medical treatment or transport that is deemed appropriate by a Mt. Baker first aid provider acting within the scope of their training. OVERNIGHT PARKING PURCHASE POLICIES AND USE 13. All visitors to the ski area are expected to adhere to ALL OVERNIGHT PARKING POLICIES, MT. BAKER SKI AREA MOUNTAIN POLICIES AND GUIDELINES, as well as any applicable Federal, State, and Local laws and codes. I understand that VIOLATION of any of these policies MAY RESULT IN FINES, SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF SKIING OR SNOWBOARDING PRIVILEGES AND ACCESS TO OTHER SERVICES OR FACILITIES WITHOUT REFUND, AND MAY RESULT IN POSSIBLE PERMANENT TRESPASS FROM THE SKI AREA. Policy infractions will remain on file and will affect eligibility for future purchases and/or use of Mt. Baker Ski Area, Inc. services, facilities, or equipment, and/or participation in programs or events. 14. I understand that I MAY BE PHOTOGRAPHED OR RECORDED and I hereby irrevocably grant Mt. Baker Ski Area. Inc. the right to use my name, image, voice, or likeness of myself (collectively "Image"), digitally or otherwise, to be used for any educational, promotional, or legitimate business purpose without restriction as to frequency, duration, or medium. I also waive the right to approve, inspect and/or receive economic benefits from the use of my Image. 15. Mt. Baker Ski Area, Inc. reserves the right to close any or all facilities due to circumstances beyond its control or under its control: i.e. weather, lack of snow, road closures, government mandated restrictions, such as COVID restrictions, etc. FACILITY AND LIFT/TOW OPERATION MAY VARY. I understand the season opening and closing dates are at the discretion of Mt. Baker Ski Area, Inc. and may vary from published schedules. I understand that if there are any restrictions to the number of people using Mt. Baker Ski Area and/or any of its facilities that a system may be implemented for such restrictions and I will be subject to following any processes or procedures for such restrictions. I understand NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS ON THE PURCHASE OF MY OVERNIGHT PARKING RESERVATION WILL BE ISSUED due to variations and/or restrictions of facility and/or ski area operation during the 2021-2022 season. 16. I understand that refunds, credits, transfers, and/or exchanges are subject to the Overnight Parking Policies at the time of my overnight parking use. 17. I understand it is my responsibility to ensure my overnight parking vehicle is adequate for use in the rugged, ever-changing, and at times severe mountain environment. 18. I understand it is my responsibility to ensure my overnight parking vehicle is free of snow and/or adequately marked to indicate its presence to others, including but not limited to Mt. Baker Ski Area snow removal equipment operators. 19.  I understand and accept that MT. BAKER SKI AREA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TOW IMPROPERLY PARKED VEHICLES, and/or vehicles found in violation of any Overnight Parking Policies, Mt. Baker Ski Area Mountain Policies and Guidelines, as well as any applicable Federal, State, and Local laws and codes.  I UNDERSTAND THAT I WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY AND ALL FEES AND/OR DAMAGES associated with towing activities. 20. For my overnight parking reservation valid and overnight parking use to be authorized, I understand and accept that I, the overnight parking reservation holder and user named in the Reservation, must be 18 or older and sign this Agreement. As the authorized signer, I certify that I have made no misrepresentation about my identity during the purchase process or as part of this Agreement. Anyone involved in misrepresentation of identity will be subject to fines, prosecution, and permanent trespass from the ski area, and MY OVERNIGHT PARKING RESERVATION WILL NOT BE VALID and is non-refundable. HOLD HARMLESS AND INDEMNIFICATION 21. I voluntarily agree to RELEASE, INDEMNIFY and HOLD HARMLESS MT. BAKER SKI AREA, INC., its owners, land owners, directors and officers, employees, sponsors, volunteers, and agents ("Mt. Baker"), as well as any contractors, vendors, equipment manufacturers and distributors, and program providers FROM ANY AND ALL CLAIMS related in any way to My Activities, overnight parking, mountain activities, and/or associated activities, and any risks associated with COVID-19; including but not limited to any and all claims FOR PERSONAL INJURY, SERIOUS AND/OR FATAL PERSONAL INJURY, DEATH, PERMANENT DISABILITY, EMOTIONAL DISTRESS, EMOTIONAL TRAUMA, EMOTIONAL DAMAGES, ILLNESS, SEVERE SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND NON-ECONOMIC DAMAGES AND LOSSES, PROPERTY DAMAGE, THEFT, FINANCIAL HARDSHIP, OTHER DAMAGES, OR ACTIONS OF ANY KIND, WHETHER CAUSED BY NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE.  22. I agree to pay any and all legal fees incurred by Mt. Baker which may arise from any claims, actions or lawsuits by or on behalf of myself, my heirs, executors, administrators, and/or legal guardians or custodians. 23. This RELEASE/INDEMNIFICATION clause shall be construed broadly to provide INDEMNITY and RELEASE OF LIABILITY to the maximum extent permissible under applicable law. This AGREEMENT is governed by the Laws of the State of Washington and venue for any disputes regarding this AGREEMENT and/or My Activities will be in the Superior Courts of Whatcom County. 24. I accept that if any provision of this Agreement is held in whole or in part to be unenforceable for any reason, the remainder of that provision and of this entire Agreement will be severable and remain in effect. If you are unwilling to assume all the terms of this Agreement, including but not limited to all the risks and responsibilities associated with My Activities, DO NOT digitally sign and acknowledge this Agreement; in which case, you will NOT be authorized or eligible to purchase or use Mt. Baker Overnight Parking. If you digitally sign and acknowledge this Agreement, BUT make any alterations to it, you are NOT authorized or eligible to purchase or use Mt. Baker Overnight Parking, and the overnight parking reservation will be invalid. I have had sufficient opportunity to read this entire Agreement and I certify that I have READ, UNDERSTAND, AND ACCEPT the terms of this Agreement. I freely and voluntarily accept and assume the significant risk that I can suffer personal injury, serious and/or fatal personal injury, death, permanent disability, emotional distress, emotional trauma, emotional damages, illness, severe social, economic and non-economic damages and losses, property damage, theft, financial hardship, and/or other damages to myself and/or others, including but not limited to my heirs, my custodians, and/or my legal guardians as a result of My Activities and/or associated activities, not only in ways described, but also in ways that are unknown and/or unexpected, even if I follow instructions or advice.  I have REVIEWED, UNDERSTAND, AND AGREE TO ABIDE BY applicable codes, laws, and policies including but not limited to Mt. Baker's Mountain Policies and Guidelines, current COVID-19 policies, Your Responsibility Code, and Washington State Law RCW 79A.45.030.  I HAVE REVIEWED, UNDERSTAND, AGREE, AND ACCEPT THE RESPONSIBILITIES, RISKS, HAZARDS, TERMS, AND POLICIES OUTLINED IN THIS AGREEMENT. I AGREE NOT TO SUE MT. BAKER SKI AREA, INC. I further agree to the following:  I agree to inform all guests and other users of the overnight parking site of the terms of the Release Agreement and further agree that the overnight parking reservation is not valid and will not be used if all guests and other users of this overnight parking site do not also agree to be bound by the terms. I further agree and understand that it is my RESPONSIBILITY to, at a minimum but not limited to those outlined in this Agreement, INFORM AND EDUCATE BOTH MYSELF AND ALL GUESTS and other users of this overnight parking site about all the RESPONSIBILITIES, RISKS, AND/OR HAZARDS associated with My Activities, the mountain environment, Mountain Policies and Guidelines, safety information, proper use of all facilities, and mountain activities, including but not limited to overnight parking, skiing, snowboarding, and proper lift/tow use and riding behavior.

AGE REQUIREMENT

Reservation holder must be age 18 or older. Reservation holder must be present at site every night of reservation.

UTILITIES

All vehicles must be self-contained - no hookups are available.

ARRIVAL TIME / DEPARTURE TIME

We highly suggest arriving prior to 7:00 pm if possible. The WSDOT does not plow the highway past 3:30pm, and there can be a lot of snowfall after that time. So for your safety and ease of driving, we suggest arriving prior to 7:00. Check the WSDOT passes page for current road conditions. If you will be arriving later than 10 pm, please contact us at security@mtbaker.us to make special arrangements.

MAXIMUM LENGTH OF STAY

Occupied vehicles: Maximum 7 nights in a row Unoccupied vehicles: Maximum 2 nights in a row.

PETS

Clean up after pets, keep pets on leash.

NO TENT CAMPING

For safety reasons, ABSOLUTELY NO TENT CAMPING is allowed in, or adjacent to, the parking areas.

TRAVEL TRAILERS

Site length is determined by TOTAL LENGTH of trailer and tow rig combined. If total length is longer than 30', you must reserve a wider space to park tow rig next to trailer.

CARS/TRUCKS

Cars traveling with RV's/Trailers, or traveling separately and staying overnight, must fit within the designated 30' x 16' space. If they do not, you must reserve either a wider space, a longer space, or an additional 20' x 16' space.

ETIQUETTE

- Quiet time 9pm - 6am; no generators/loud activity - Be considerate of your neighbors, area visitors and ski area personnel - Keep your site clean - No UAV's (drones) - No firearms - No fireworks - No snowmobiles/ATVs

DESIGNATED PARKING AREAS

Park ONLY in designated areas and in your reserved area - see Overnight Parking maps. No parking around lodges, in undesignated parking lots areas or on highway.

GARBAGE

Monitor and REMOVE your own garbage. Pack it in, pack it out. There are no dumpsters/garbage cans available for overnight parking.

FIRES

Fires in designated areas only. Must use fire pit and haul out fire debris. NO FIRES ON ASPHALT

ACCESS HOURS

WHITE SALMON PARKING LOT: - Sunday evening - Thursday evening non-holidays: accessible 7am-7pm - gate closes at 7pm and reopens at 7am - Friday evening - Saturday evening and Holidays: accessible 7am-10pm - gate closes at 10pm and reopens at 7am HEATHER MEADOWS PARKING LOT: Accessible 24/7

SNOW REMOVAL

Depending on snow conditions, you may be required to temporarily move your vehicle(s) to allow for snow plowing. If vehicles are required to temporarily move, we will contact you either by phone or in person between 3:00 – 5:00 pm. Be sure to check your messages each day during this time. – If vehicles are require to move for plowing the next day, they MUST be moved to a cleared spot in the lot the next morning by the designated time. Plowing will be in process usually for a couple of hours. Overnight vehicles must then move back to their previous spot in the overnight zone.







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1420 Iowa Street, Bellingham, WA, 98229
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Overall Rating: 3.8


Tim Lawson

1.0
Over priced. Sometimes there’s absolutely no parking available after you’ve paid for it. It’s a hodgepodge at best This is public land access why are we paying you money anyway. This is wrong and we should be able to park for free

Stephen Houweling

3.0
Since paying for “campsites” is a relatively new thing for Mt Baker, and that now it’s just as expensive to camp there as ordinary campsites, it’s imperative that Mt Baker gives more thought to its “camping” future by providing powerhook-ups! This will encourage more campers! Also, this will provide opportunities for summer camping. I understand that full hookups will be almost impossible due to mountain weather, but NOT out of reach! This mountain is by far the best mountain to take an RV or trailer to camp on! It just needs some careful planning and thought to increased opportunities. Attracting people to the mountain is extremely important, especially Canadians. We were excited to have some Canadian campers next to us on this camp out, and because of the expense of chair tickets, we need to build up some equity in the mountain! You need to think about this carefully. We are regular customers and try and get our friends up there, but they are all of the same opinion as us! Change MUST happen! The staff were fantastic, and the system is working without hitches, now it’s time to start thinking about the mountain’s future!

Kus Koloska

1.0
Just noted this yet another cash grab! No services as those cans i wouldn’t use if life depended on it. Do you want people to ski here or not?? Beauty outhouses, free warming cabins at $13 canadian 14 day limit at Manning…why go winter parking here? Baker used to be awesome….

Alicia Moreno

3.0
I love to go up to Baker and it’s a gorgeous spot. In my opinion, is good to have a reservation system during high season. However, this last weekend the parking was almost empty due to poor conditions and it seems excessive to pay more than 10$ for sleeping in a parking lot with no amenities and not even proper garbage. The restrooms were quite dirty and the garbage bin overflowing.

Tana Perkins

5.0
Mt Baker is STUNNING! The crew work hard to create space for us to enjoy the ski resorts in our RVs. It’s not the perfect camping scenerio, it’s the back of the parking lot, but the crew makes sure they take care of you however they can. It’s a great option for wanting multiple days on the mountain!

Ken Hansen

3.0
It was fun to camp at the ski area, but... I took the last available space in 24' x 30' sites with a van and SUV on each side of me. Hard to believe these vehicles with no trailer were in the correct location. The van had a dog tied to rope that could reach my front step and the dog poop was not picked up.

Alasdair Turner

1.0
Just another case of ski area charging money to the general public to park their car on land they don't own. Outhouse that is never cleaned out, parking attendants who dont have a clue and and a general attempt to make life difficult for anyone and everyone who does not buy their lift tickets.

Lyra Pierotti

2.0
Great spot but the plows and snowcats are loud starting at 2:30am whenever I am here. And this review function is prompted via text message at 5 or 6am which is bizarre and rude.

James Stoltz

5.0
Best Mountain Ever! Camping and services are wonderful as well. Thank you.

Patrick Podenski

1.0
Ended up canceling the trip due to high winds (45-55 mph) which is not good winter camping weather. Canceled on Thursday which was too late to cancel parking which according to Rover must 3 days or earlier.

Kermit Wilson

5.0
Still has an old school RV camping vibe, and same with the staff. Great ski area. Not really sure why they have different fees for different sizes of RVs, it’s basically a free for all to get a spot, nothing is assigned. Just pay the minimum no matter what you have and just show up. Mountain is the best, great staff, typical mountain food but better than Crystals main lodge, on par with White Pass and Stevens (idk about this year Stevens is a hot mess). Baker reminds me of Mt Bachelor in a lot of ways. Super chill. And they seem to enforce quiet hours, they have a guy drive through late a few times, so that’s nice. The corporate resorts are awful these last few years. Enjoy Baker while it’s still like this. The state will find a way to screw this up, and the people just get worse every year. Ski culture at Baker is still old school, chill, fairly respectful, even the boarders don’t plug up all the lift landings and ski lanes. Great time!

David Wilkinson

5.0
This is one of my favorite spots to camp on a ski hill. Views are amazing. The people are friendly. Mt Baker is my favorite place to snowboard! I don’t know if it gets any better than this.

Katy Mayer

1.0
Please maintain the outhouse with regular cleaning and TP. Thanks!

James Cunnington

5.0
5 out of 5! This is some of the best times for camping ever!! Staff is friendly and thoughtful. Neighbors are great. I’ve camped here for years, & will do so for as long as I can! Thank you!!

Rob Newby

2.0
Heather meadows upper car parking lot. Insufficient toilets. 2 toilets both not maintained. Dirty and no toilet paper. Hundreds of people peeing on the edge of car park. Snow is plowed to the edge and then when it thaws the pee will flow into the river 50 feet below. Not acceptable. Mount baker wilderness areas deserve more consideration.

Brian Atkins

2.0
Two short years ago, it was free to park in this unimproved, service-void Forest Service lot. Now, I pay almost $40, like a KOA, etc. Inexplicably, with the legitimization/exploitation of base camping, the overnight population has burgeoned, and with the crowds, generator noise, amplified music into the night, and a different appeal from years past. Progress. Next my phone rings @ 0600 on a Sunday morning to double-down on solicitation for a review of my experience! Here you go, Baker-your opportunism has not been overlooked.

Jay Rosencrantz

2.0
Nobody knows what the parking system is - the employees don't know where to send people with reservations and there is supposed to be a section for unoccupied vehicles but they don't actually have any area for it. Disaster all around for $30+.

Mike Wheeler

3.0
For how few spots were available when making reservations there were a lot of open empty spots in real time. Kinda a bummer to reserve a pricey spot when I have a small truck camper setup paying for a 50’ spot.

Todd Klein

3.0
Great location. Unfortunately prices are rising due to increased use. Quiet times are not really enforced and are frequently abused. No hookups.

Donald Spielmann

5.0
Nice spot, quiet