During the winter we all want to try out some new destinations to ski at, but the cost to visit and ski some resorts can get extreme. Our solution is one of our campervans with one of or portable heaters to keep the van warm at night and allow you to get first tracks at the ski resorts. Here is the low down on some of the area resorts. We do recommend renting our portapotty for nighttime and early morning bathroom breaks. We also rent sleeping bags to help with the winter cold. Bear in mind you may also need to move the van to allow plow truck access.

We will update this list with updates or additions so check back before your trip. Also if something is not correct on the list then please contact us.

Bogus Basin Resort, ID: You can park a campervan overnight up near the Pioneer Lodge, just be sure to not park behind any gates. Pioneer Lodge opens at 8am for breakfast and then lifts normally open at 9am.

Sun Valley Resort, ID: Overnight campervan parking is not allowed in the ski lots and you are likely to get towed if you park on any of the downtown streets overnight.  For $25/night you can park a campervan at the Meadows RV Park. You will want to call ahead to reserve your spot. North of Ketchum there are some lots that you can park in off Hwy 75. The Baker Creek Lot is the first lot you will come to after you leave town. Be aware you can get plowed in during a big snow storm.

Brundage Resort, ID:  Overnight campervan parking is allow, but you need to checkin with the office and ask them where they want you to park. On busy holiday weekends you may be turned away. If you need another place to park overnight you can try the West Face Snowmobile lot right across from the Bear Creek Lodge.

Grand Targee Resort, ID: Overnight campervan parking is allow in the lower lot at a cost of $20/night. The restaurants are open from 7am to 7pm and there is no bathrooms available outside of those hours.

Silver Mountain Resort, ID: Overnight campervan parking is allowed, but you must checkin with the front desk. It is recommended you get there early since parking is limited. There are lots of services right in town.

Schweitzer Resort, ID: Overnight campervan parking is allow but is limited and there is a cost of $20/night. The overnight spots can fill up fast so make sure to get there before 10am to check in at the services counter.

Stevens Pass, WA: Overnight campervan camping is allowed but is limited and there is a cost of $40/night. There are electrical hookups in the RV Sites.

Crystal Mountain, WA: Overnight campervan camping is allowed but is limited and there is a cost of $35/night. Spots can fill fast so call ahead to save your spot. There are power hookups in the RV sites.

Mt. Baker Resort, WA: Overnight campervan camping is allowed and is free, but there are no hookups and space is limited. Parking is in the upper lot and you must checkin with the office.

The Summit at Snoqualime Pass, WA: Overnight campervan camping is allowed but spots are limited. One night is $15/night or multiple nights are $10/night. There is no power hookups.

Hoodoo Pass Resort, OR: Overnight campervan camping is allowed but limited to 32 sites and it cost $30/night. There are power hookups and also 24/7 bathrooms.

Mt Hood Meadows Ski Resort, OR: Overnight campervan camping is allowed but there is only 14 sites and you need to have a snow park pass in addition to paying the overnight fee. There are no power hookups and no services.

Mt Bachelor Resort, OR: Overnight campervan camping is allowed for $20/night. There are showers nearby also if you don't want to go to bed stinky.

Willamette Pass Resort, OR: Overnight campervan camping is allowed. There are 10 spots with electricity for $20/night or those sites without hookups are $10/night.

Whitefish Mountain Resort, MT: Overnight campervan camping is allowed, but you will need to checkin with the lodging front desk to get a pass. 


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