Seclusion, scenery, and still water. Twenty-five boat-in camps dot the backcountry shorelines of North Cascades National Park Complex. On Lake Chelan, explore the shoreline of a water pathway used by human travelers for thousands of years. Along the Skagit, visit hidden coves, islands, and bays created by the dams of the Skagit Hydroelectric Project on Diablo and Ross Lakes.
Lake Chelan Boat-In Camps
These sites are accessed from the Stehekin region.
Ross Lake Boat-In Camps
Refer to Boating on Ross Lake for special regulations and tips for the backcountry.
Diablo Lake Boat Access Camps
Did You Know?
Stephen Mather Wilderness comprises 93% of the North Cascades National Park Service Complex. About 400 miles of trail provide access to this rugged Wilderness.