It is expected to be busy in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest this Memorial Day weekend.
Public Affairs Officer Robin Demario called it the unofficial kickoff to the camping season.
"Folks looking for sites to camp in the forest will need to have alternative plans in mind in case their favorite campground is not yet open or if it has already filled up; most fill up by late Friday after
The National Forest anticipates getting busier over the next few weeks as more campgrounds begin to open up.
Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Public Affairs Officer Robin Demario says be careful as there is still snow in some of the higher elevations
Many folks will be spending the holiday weekend in the great outdoors.
Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Public Affairs Officer Robin DeMario says this is one of their busiest weekends and the campgrounds are expected to be full.
"If camping in dispersed areas please pack home your trash
Grant PUD says they reopened their campgrounds and many of their day-use amenities Monday though they have been modified to comply with CDC guidelines on public health and physical distancing.
Among the openings, most of the campgrounds at Crescent Bar, Priest Rapids and Sand Hollow and all campsites at Jackson Creek, Rocky Coulee