Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Unknown
Drinking Water
About Lost Resort at Lake Ozette
Drive In
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sewer Hookups
Lost Resort at Lake Ozette is located in Washington
48.153 N
-124.6603 W
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2 Reviews of Lost Resort at Lake Ozette
A Great Option for Lake Ozette Overflow (and WIFI)

Lost Resort Campground is near the end of the road at Lake Ozette in Olympic National Park - super close to the official ONP Ozette Campground. While the Ozette campground is great because its directly on the lake, the Lost Resort campground is great because it doesn't turn anyone away.

There are some great, quiet and wooded sites at Lost Resort. There are also several very open areas where they can put campers who turn up when everything else in the neighborhood is full (ie. the NP campground and backcountry are the only other options here)

Lost Resort has a little camp store that's open into the early evening most days and serves full meals as well as coffees, espressos and has a pretty well stocked shop with camping necessities. Firewood is available for sale on an honor system even if the store is closed.

The campground is a horshoe/U shape up a hill with some private cabins that can be reserved. Sites are not numbered. Be sure to check that your site has a flat spot for your tent footprint if you're tent camping.

All sites have fire pits and tables and the ones on the far side are more wooded and dark if you like to sleep early or are hammock camping. Ozette was the only place we encountered mosquitos camping in ONP. (The store sells bug spray too).

The store also has wifi which reaches the closer parts of the campground. There isn't much of a signal anywhere in the upper NW peninsula, so this is a nice chance to connect if you need to research where you're hoping to sleep the next night!

There are 3 toilet options: One in the store open during hours, an outdoor full service near the store - open 24 hours, and 2 port a potties on top of the hill closest to the upper campground sites. There are showers available during store hours for a fee- 3$ if you're camp at the site, 6$ if you aren't.

Sites are $25 a night here (5$ more than the NP campground), and they take credit cards!

First to Review

This campground was great. Nice stop when hiking or driving down the coast on 101. It has a shower, nice little store and restaurant while still maintaining the outdoor vibe. Quiet and relaxing. If visiting in June, make sure you have bug spray, being close to the lake and coast you will need it!