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Silver Lake Park Camp Elev 830 48.975643N, 122.080958W (UTM 10U e567253 n5425155) WGS84 datum Google Map link Whatcom County park Whatcom County Parks & Recreation Headquarters 3373 Mount Baker Highway Bellingham, Washington 98226 360-733-2900 [email protected] There are 28 individual campsites at the Horse Camp, with water and electrical hook-ups, a picnic table and fire pit at each site.
The sites will accommodate tents, RV’s or vehicles with trailers. A camping unit is defined as one vehicle and tent or one vehicle and trailer or one recreational vehicle, with a maximum of eight people per campsite.
A Recreation Pass is necessary for each vehicle parked at trailheads where required. This camp is on Bell Pass Trail #603.3, available from Elbow Lake Trail #697. Drive for 9.0 miles continuing onto NF Road38, continue another 3.4 miles to the trailhead. Trail is not maintained and in poor condition/hard to follow. Park Butte Trail # 603 Trailhead (Schrieber's Meadow) Elev 3360 48.7070622094N, 121.812564252W (UTM 10U e587359 n5395572) WGS84 datum Google Map link USFS lands Mt Baker Snoqualmie National Forest Mt. Turn left (north) on the Baker Lake Road (Forest Service Road #11). Travel 3.6 miles to the junction of Forest Service Road #13. Baker Lake Elev 800 48.750385N, 121.555175W (UTM 10U e606204 n5400715) WGS84 datum Google Map link USFS lands Mt Baker Snoqualmie National Forest Mt.
Baker Lake Road intersection on State Route 20 looks like this (Baker Lake Road to the left) coming from the west and like this (Baker Lake Road to the right) coming from the east. 0.58 air miles north of Park Butte in upper Ridley Creek. Baker Ranger District 810 State Route 20 Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284 360-856-5700 ext 515 Mt Baker National Recreation Area web link Approx. Baker Ranger District 810 State Route 20 Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284 360-856-5700 ext 515 Coordinates are for the north trailhead/camp. A Northwest Forest Pass is required to park at the trailhead.
There are two covered kitchen shelters, located on the edge of small grassy areas at either end of the Horse Camp, which can be reserved by groups or individuals on a daily basis.
The shelters have central indoor fireplaces, picnic tables, serving counters with sinks and coin-operated electric stovetops, and large outdoor BBQ’s. Choose other basemap types using the dropdown Map menu in the upper right.
Turn left and continue to the second right, Barrel Springs Lane and continue another another 0.5 mile to the Lower Trail Head. Choose other basemap types using the dropdown Map menu in the upper right.
Baker Lake Road intersection on State Route 20 looks like this (Baker Lake Road to the left) coming from the west and like this (Baker Lake Road to the right) coming from the east.
Access to the lake itself is not available but stream water is available for the stock. For those wishing a one-way trip along the lake you can park a rig at the south end or have someone pick you up.
If using this location in the late fall, call the Mt Baker Ranger District for current conditions. Actually it's a good idea to call for current trail conditions any time.
A dry camp with no potable water and a walk to a nearby stream (0.4 miles one way east of camp) for stock water. Choose other basemap types using the dropdown Map menu in the upper right. Turn east and follow State Route 20 to milepost 76.91 - Ensley Road.
Use of weed free feed is encouraged but not required. Up the road just a bit more is a "Cowboy Campsite" which is a members only campground where you purchase a camp site in order to stay there. Turn north onto Ensley Road and continue 0.3 miles to Hamilton Cemetery Road.