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The Best in Tent Camping: Washington & Oregon: A Guide for Campers Who Hate Rvs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos
by Jeanne L. Pyle
July 2000, Paperback, 3rd edition, 200 pages, (guidebook)
Painstakingly selected from more than 1,000 campgrounds in the two states, each of the top campgrounds is described in detail and rated for beauty, privacy, spaciousness, quiet, security, cleanliness, and insect control.

Best Places to Stay in the Pacific Northwest
by Marilyn McFarlane, M. Cody
June 2000, Paperback, 6th edition, 496 pages, (guidebook)
More than 300 coastal cottages, wilderness retreats, grand old lodges, guest ranches, and more.

The Complete Guide to the National Park Lodges, 6th EditionThe Complete Guide to the National Park Lodges, 6th Edition
by David L. Scott and Kay W. Scott
April 2009, Paperback, 272 pages
This book is an insider's guide to finding the best lodges throughout the United States-and to securing a reservation well in advance to beat the crowds.

Fodor's Bed & Breakfast Pacific Northwest: Delightful Places to Stay, Great Things to Do When You Get There
by Caragh Rockwood (Editor)
March 1999, Paperback, 4th edition, (guidebook)
Writers with lots of experience in judging inns tell you what's wonderful about each spot they inspect (fireplaces and four-poster beds, hot tubs and antique armoires, gourmet breakfasts and lavish teas), and advise you on which rooms to reserve.

Foghorn Outdoors: Pacific Northwest Camping
by Tom Stienstra
July 2000, Paperback, 7th edition, 840 pages, (guidebook)
Offers RVers, car campers, and tenters alike detailed grid maps and an easy cross-referencing system to locate any of more than 45,000 sites in Washington and Oregon.

How to Rent a Fire Lookout in the Pacific Northwest: A Guide to Renting Fire Lookouts, Guard Stations, Ranger Cabins, Warming Shelters and bunkhouses
by Tom Foley, Tish Steinfeld
May 1996, Paperback, 840 pages, (guidebook)
Covers mostly Oregon and some Washington.

Recommended Bed & Breakfasts: Pacific Northwest
by Myrna Oakley
April 1999, Paperback, 320 pages, (guidebook)

Rv Adventures in the Pacific Northwest: A Camping Guide to Washington, Oregon, & British Columbia
by Mike Church, Terri Church
March 2000, Paperback, 224 pages, (guidebook)
Detailed information on where to camp, how to visit sites with a large rig, and where to get supplies. Using Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver as departure also points, this guide offers 8 one-week itineraries.

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