If you are looking to see the most North Western part of the United States this is the place to be. The views you will find here are absolute breath taking. You get to see the waves crash against the shore and the white caps out at sea. There are tons of birds flying around and the trails are well devloped. They have a nice viewing area when you get to the end as well. Highly recommend this as it was very clean and not a tourist trap as you would imagine. Cape Flattery.
This is a nice campground to stay at if you don’t need any fancy amenities. Our site had a picnic table and a fire pit. Most of the sites were short, thus contained tent campers. There were flushing toilets located in each of the 4 campground loop but 1 major problem. 1 toilet in the men’s restroom. Really. Big problem in the morning with all the folks having their morning constitution about the same time lead to long lines causing a special type of irritable bowel syndrome!
The camp hosts were friendly and informative about the area. They were often seen walking the loops talking with everyone. We felt safe in this beautiful park. It was a short drive to the town of Forks to make a grocery run.
We would definitely stay here again but would remember to bring a portable toilet!
First come First serve!
There were a couple quick hikes you could take starting from Mora. it was ideal to be closer to Rialto Beach. There are plenty of normal sites of all different sizes. Check out is at 11am and it's first come so get there when others are leaving- it did fill up. price is $20/ night and there are flush toilets and sinks with running water in the bathrooms.