Pitch a tent and build a campfire! August nights are ideal for sleeping under the stars. With so many beautiful campgrounds in Washington, it’s hard to pick just one.
If you want to venture to a lakefront campground, consider Willaby Campground – a picturesque area, tucked into a mossy forest. You could also visit Moran State Park on Orcas Island to make the most of their freshwater lakes, hiking trails and private views.
Before you head out on your camping adventure, remember to prepare your teeth for the great outdoors:
- Brush your teeth 2 times a day.
- If you floss, which we recommend you do daily, be sure to pack it!
- Minimize germs by placing a little plastic cap on your toothbrush. But be careful not to leave it on for too long! After an extended period of time, that little cap can help breed bacteria.
- There are also some great options now for compostable toothbrushes, if you’re not in the mood to pack your bulky electric toothbrush.
Now that you know how to keep your smile in-check, you’re sure to be a happy camper! Where’s your favorite place to camp in Washington? Share it below!