Looking for a magical summer swimming spot? Look no further than Naked Falls, a truly picturesque series of swimming holes and waterfalls located along the Washougal River. It’s unlike any Seattle public pool and is sure to be one of your most memorable swimming destinations this summer.

Naked Falls has long been beloved by the people of Stevenson, Washington for its beauty and versatility. You have the option of simply relaxing in the swimming pools, sunning yourself on the rocks, or getting adventurous by exploring the cliffs. You can of course try all three and you also have the option of camping overnight on the property should you choose.

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Camping costs $50 per night and must be reserved online in advance. There are multiple sites, each able to accommodate either tents or RVs/camper vans.

There are a few rules that need to be followed when visiting. The first few basic rules should go without saying, no littering, respect the property, don’t remove items from the falls and you are responsible for your own actions.


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Some of the more detailed rules include no jumping from trees because, well, safety. You should also refrain from “shenanigans” but the other rule is to have fun.

Oh, and you need a parking pass which can either be purchased online or at the Washougal River Mercantile.

With that, happy swimming!

Naked Falls

Where: Stevenson, Washington
Cost: Parking passes start at $11, Camping starts at $50

All information on Naked Falls is from the official Naked Falls website and is accurate as of publication date.