|Camping along the banks of the Cle Elum River|
To get to the Salmon La Sac Road, from I-90, take exit 80 to Roslyn.
On the way, you will pass through the historic town of Roslyn which was used as the filming location for the TV Series, Northern Exposure.
After leaving Roslyn, a few miles further the road goes through the even smaller town of Ronald.
Or you can continue on past the campground and go either right or left at the Y in the road.
Taking the left fork leads to numerous sites on or near the Cle Elum River.
Of course it is a good idea to walk down these small side roads first to make sure they are passable and not too rough or narrow for your RV. Underbrush and trees grow fast in the Pacific Northwest and some side roads may be too overgrown for many RVs.
If you take the right fork toward the Thorp Lake Trail and Knox Creek Trail, there are side roads with camping sites there, too. The road is rough as it climbs through a series of switchbacks. After it flattens out there are several campsites, mostly on the side roads left of the main road.
The creek is usually only a couple of inches deep and if it is safe to cross, on the other side of the creek is another of my favorite sites camping sites with a view of Red Mountain.
If you want more information about camping in the area, visit the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest website.