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Ski from your RV at Stevens

Cowboy Mountain looms above Stevens Pass ski resort on U.S. 2. (John Nelson)
Cowboy Mountain looms above Stevens Pass ski resort on U.S. 2. (John Nelson)

One of the Pacific Northwest's ski icons has RV camping right in its parking lot.

Stevens Pass ski area allows skiers to stay on site for $44 a night. Hookups (20 amp and 30 amp) are available. 

For details on RV camping, go to the Stevens Pass website (stevenspass.com) and search for RV camping.

It was a pleasant surprise to discover the RV camping option when I was doing a story about improvements at Stevens Pass since Vail Corp. bought the resort in 2018. If your RV is capable of handling the snow and cold, check out this friendly resort the next time you're headed over U.S. 2.



John Nelson is a freelance writer.