Tent Sites
No Fires
No Pets
Water Unknown
About Dungeness Forks Campground

Campground is located at the fork of the Dungeness and Graywolf Rivers and is a shaded, forested area with evergreen conifers.

There are 10 campsites that will accommodate tents. Trailers and motorhomes are not recommended due to steep one lane unpaved road access.

National Forest
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Pets
Not Reservable
No Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
No Showers
No Water Hookups
Dungeness Forks Campground is located in Washington
47.9746 N
-123.1109 W
Get Directions
From Quilcene, WA travel north on US Highway 101 north to Sequim Bay State Park. Turn left across from State Park on Louella Road. Drive 1 mile to Palo Alto Road. Turn left and drive 4 miles to Forest Service Road 2880. Then turn right and drive 1 mile to the campground.
4 Reviews of Dungeness Forks Campground
Rain for days.

We arrived here while beginning our trip around the Olympic peninsula. We unfortunately got caught in rain for almost 2 weeks. This made our exciting trip the washington rain forrest a little less exciting. It is expected to be rainy in the rain forrest clearly. Still in November it was pretty frigid rain and theres no where to dry off in a mini van.

There 8-15 sites here. Not positive. But The are picnic tables and fire rings. The beach and the hiking around here are wonderful. Just rain cold rain kinda bummed out. The campground would be a dream in better weather.


Secluded rainforest

Tiny campground on the river: no reservations, toilets, but no safe water, no trash collection. The drive up was a little intense, but our sedan made it (no RVs!). The closest activities are on the water, but there are many hiking trails close by too. Great basecamp for long day hikes. The campground is bordered on two sides by rivers and you will be lulled to sleep by the sound of the water. Great ambiance. I think this one is less crowded than some.

Beautiful location, but no alcohol policy strictly enforced.

Beautiful campgrounds, some sites overlooking the bluff. Great trails and right next to The spit. Only issue is that it is a locally run (county?) park and there's no alcohol allowed they are VERY strict about this policy. So if you are looking for a party camping weekend this might not be the best place for you. Also you need to reserve months in advance.

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An olympic peninsula secret

This campground seems to be less popular than others on the olympic peninsula. It's located in a great location for day hikes and exploring. The campground itself is small and a bit dark, but there are several river front sites, and most sites offer at least a bit of privacy.