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Swift Creek Campground (formerly Baker Lake Resort) is located about halfway up on Baker Lake across the road from Park Creek. The cabins are no longer there, but the area has been upgraded with about 50 private campsites that accommodate either tents or RVs. The campground includes a day-use area by the lakeshore with picnic tables, one shelter and grills, a paved boat ramp suitable for larger boats and a 20-slip dock.
At a Glance
You can reserve this campground through the National Recreation Reservation System. This campsite is operated by our concessionaire Hoodoo.
||Boat ramp,Picnic tables,Toilets
$18/Night for single unit
$ 38/Night for double unit
$9/Night for extra vehicle
$75/Night for group site
$5 Day-use fee
$9 Overnight parking for boats and other vehicles in overflow and boat launch parking areas.
||Rules and regulations governing occupancy and use in national forest developed recreation sites are enforced. A day-use is charged if you are not camping overnight.
During Sockeye fishing season boat launch ramp use is extremely heavy.
||Water is available for drinking and RV water tank fill-up.
||Mt. Baker Ranger District
The concessionaire expects to have small fishing boats, kayaks and canoes available to rent, as well as cycle paddle boats. Hosts will be in the campground from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.
The paved boat ramp is suitable for launching larger motorboats. A 20-slip boat dock is available for tie-ups. The campground concessionaire charges a day-use fee at this facility if you are not camping overnight.
A cold water outdoor shower is available by the swim beach.
From Seattle, Wash., go north on I-5 to Mt. Vernon. Take exit 230 on State Highway 20, North Cascades Highway. Go past Sedro Woolley, Wash., for approximately 18 miles to the east and take Baker Lake Road to Baker Lake. Swift Creek Campground is about half-way up the lake just past milepost 20 on the Baker Lake road. Entrance to campground is on the right-hand side of the road.