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I used to live near here and spent many hours here. The river is beautiful and there are swimming holes. Don't be surprised if you see deer elk bears etc. Hiking and camping is great.
The road getting there is long and worth the trip. Campsites are a bit smaller than advertised. Ours Site 25 was a tight fit for our 28ft trailer and F 250. Loved hiking, remember it is a rainforest so be ready for rain and mud on the trains. Overall great time.
Campsites are super close together, not much privacy. We easily overheard our neighbors conversations and cars were driving by campsite frequently in the evening. Also, the water is pretty much blocked by the RV sites. The ground was mostly rock so getting tent pegs in the ground was difficult.
It is tucked away on the western side of the Olympic Mountains, but easy to drive to. Old fashioned forest service-type campground, with lots of vegetation between camp sites for privacy. No services except a vault toilet and garbage cans, so bring water! Excellent base for hiking the West…
Our second time taking the new RV out and this was a great place to take it! Friendly staff, fun game room, nice grounds to roam around on. The kids had a great time!
Great WA State Park located on Marrowstone Island in Port Hadlock WA.
47 dry camping and smaller trailer camp sites in Upper Camp area with 68 FHU sites in Lower Camp area on Port Townsend Bay.
With pre-Covid recreation sites for Kayaking, boating, scuba diving, paragliding and fishing - this…
This park is now being run by the Port of Skagit. They could do much better. There are about 5 or 6 newer pull through that are good size. The remainder of the sites are small. The place is run down with dry grass. The only good thing is that it’s within walking distance of downtown LaConner and…
Going East on Upper Hoh Rd, a site is on the Left side, before the pay booth for Olympic NP. The have 2 signs posted, Discover Pass required and no campfires. This location has 1 designed campsite, which is completely out of view from the road. Quiet location, rains often...ie rainforest.
Showed up late (around 9pm) and there were still plenty of good camp sites. We got one right on the water, which is the prettiest lake I've ever seen.
We car camped with our three kids for a few nights. It was like most state parks, so not super private or remote - but it was a good state park. The tend sites are wooded and private. Showers were cold. We walked down to the beach to clam for dinner, which was a neat experience for the kids.
This camp ground had a lot spaces available all with the usual hookups. Felt safe the whole night. This camp ground is also well lit.
First time camping with our camper and first time backing it into a spot, not the greatest and was never told once I had to redo it. Everything was perfect. Nice spot and not far from the beach we clammed at.
RV sites 1, 2, 4, 9, and 11 will be easier to back in to. The other full hook up sites are 90° approaches. Very nice park for playground and a very nice venue building. A lot of picnic tables in the open and in the shade of trees.
Small rocky beach only accessable when the is not to…
This is one of two campgrounds at Fort Worden, which I find slightly less preferable to the lower (beach) campground. It is a close second though, since it's an easy walk to the beach, and actually offers a nice wooded location. The sites are pretty close together, so you don't get a lot of…
This is a very wet campground(you are in the Hoh Rainforest afterall), so bring some extra tarps to stay dry. There are 3 loops, with a few riverside sites in Loops A and C. There were a lot of downed trees that were in various states of being cleared when I was there, which did close some sites to…
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