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Eddie Bauer is giving away – get it – 1,000 free campsites for one night this summer.
Do you want to camp? Better yet, want to camp in a beautiful state park for free? Eddie Bauer is here to make that dream come true for 1,000 lucky adventurers.
On August 7th, Eddie Bauer is giving away 1,000 free campsites in nearly 70 Washington and Oregon state parks.
Eddie Bauer said it is providing free campsites “to welcome more people into nature and help remove barriers that some meet when leaving the country.”
As part of this effort to increase equity and accessibility, the Pacific Northwest based brand is partnering with several nonprofits working with underrepresented communities, including Unlikely hikers, Disabled Walkers, Outdoor SoulTrak, Outdoor HBCUs, The Venture Out Project, and more.
Win a free campsite
Camp with Eddie Bauer: More details
- The free campsites are up for grabs starting today, June 1st.
- The campsites are only available on a single date, August 7th.
- It is only tent camping (no camper or caravan sites), with ADA-accessible sites.
- The campgrounds span 17 state parks in Oregon and 52 in Washington, including parks like Twin Harbors State Park, Sunset Lake State Park, and Lewis and Clark State Park.
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