National Park Service
Olympic National Park
Situated in a subalpine basin, and surrounded by wildflower and huckleberry meadows, Hoh Lake is a secluded wilderness destination where you’re likely to have more company with elk and black bears than you are fellow campers. The lake lies just south of 5,474-foot Bogachiel Peak and the Olympic…
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Hike-InBackcountry sites.
- Tent Sites
- RV Sites
- Standard (Tent/RV)
- ADA Access
- Picnic Table
- Firewood Available
- Phone Service
- Drinking Water
- Sanitary Dump
- Pull-Through Sites
- Big Rig Friendly
Loved this campground! Steps away from the rainforest trailhead, so a great one night stay to hike the trails. It's a rainy place as you can imagine. Washington State itself sure is.
Spots were level, there were a couples of loops with spots to choose from. It was open overall and your typical…
Elk came through the campsite, which was cool. But also a lot of foot traffic through campsites instead of using the roads. Not super private and no showers. Overall a good stay for what it is.
Arrived the day after reserved camping ended for the summer. First come, first serve for fall! Our site was on the river with a path down. Highly recommend-we we’re able to walk right next to some salmon, and spotted what was either a bobcat or cougar track in the mud bank. -Bathroom was fine,…
Hoh Campground — Olympic National Park is located in Washington