Camping in Olympic National Park


Olympic National Park, Washington

Recent Reviews Near Olympic National Park, Washington

893 Reviews of 285 Olympic National Park, Washington Campgrounds

Reviewed May. 16, 2021


Campground is lovely. I loved falling asleep to the sounds of the Strait and waking up to bird songs of all kinds Looks like most sites are fairly spacious and relatively private. The shared areas are very clean.

Month of VisitJune
Thomas B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 16, 2021

Right along the beach

This is one of two campgrounds at Fort Worden, which I prefer over the upper (Forest) campground. This is one of those campgrounds that gets big points for its location and views, and not so much for its privacy or beauty. It's a long, flat, open area along the beach and mixed in with the beach…

Month of VisitJune
Thomas B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 16, 2021

Great views from average campground

This is a classic example of an average RV park/campground in a prime location. It's basically a parking lot plunked down in one of the most beautiful places on earth, in my opinion. The sites are right next to each other with only a few feet between sites. The front spaces have a view of mountains…

Month of VisitJune
Reviewed May. 12, 2021

Ocean view and private beach

Great place to use as a home base for exploring the northern Olympic Peninsula: Olympic National Forest and Hurricane Ridge, Dungeness, Cape Flattery (the northwestern most point of the lower 48), Forks (Long drive from Crescent Beach but a fun little town), Ferry over to Vancouver Island, and tons…

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Month of VisitOctober
Thomas B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 11, 2021

On the shores of Hood Canal

This campground is located on the northern side of Hood Canal and offers some great views of the water. About half the sites are in the woods, although they are all pretty close together. Some of the larger sites, including the RV sites, are right next to the beach, and you can set up chairs and…

Month of VisitJune
Thomas B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 11, 2021

Walking distance to Hood Canal

This is clean and well-maintained state campground that offers nice access to the southern tip of Hood Canal, although you have to cross Rt. 106 to get to the waterside picnic area and docks, and that can get fairly busy. Most of the campsites are pretty close together, so privacy is not great and…

Month of VisitJune
JThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 7, 2021

Dosewallips State Park, Brinnon, WA - favorite on the Hood Canal

Plenty of FHU sites and loads of camping sites. There are 11 cabins and 3 Platform Tents - combined with RV and tent sites - all of which must be reserved online. Restrooms and Outhouses are numerous and dispersed throughout. Pay Showers ($.50 token) are in central Restrooms. Only 1 shower per…

Month of VisitJune
Thomas B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 5, 2021

Healing Retreat Now Open to the Public

This is not a typical camping area. It is a private, non-profit, healing retreat focusing on wellness. It started out as a place for people recovering from cancer and their loved ones and healthcare providers. It recently opened to the public while still maintaining a focus on health and…

  • Tent platform
  • One of two labyrinths
  • Hiking through the woods
Month of VisitJune
Reviewed Apr. 30, 2021

Beautiful spot!

We stayed here tonight at the end of April 2021. The first night we got in late on a Monday and got a site in the woods on A loop. I was determined to have an oceanfront site, and in the morning, after checkout time, we moved to a different site on the cliff. We were fortunate to have dry weather…

Month of VisitMay
Alex T.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 29, 2021

Pristine Rainforest Campground with Hot Springs

The Sol Duc hot springs campground is next door to the hot springs resort in northern Olympic National Park. The campgrounds are often crowded year round due to the popular hot springs as campers are given access to the hot springs pools inside the resort. We went over a chilly rainy weekend in…

  • Polaroid of the welcome sign April 2021
Month of VisitMay
Jason A.
Reviewed Apr. 29, 2021

Amazing views

Our first time camping with my son. Sunset is beautiful.

  • sunset
Month of VisitMay
jThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 28, 2021

Camping near the beach

25$ for camping near the beach! I will take it!

Brought our dog, got there around noon and was able to find a spot. The campground is clean, people were respectful of each others spaces. There are so many beach access points here. I'd love to come back!

RThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 27, 2021

Highlight of the park

Proximity to the beach makes this a necessary stop while exploring the Washington coast.

  • Steep climb down to the coast, but worth it. Tree of Life is very close by.
Month of VisitMay
RThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 27, 2021

Great location, but you’re on your own

The spots are great, and the restrooms are OK, although half of them are closed outside of summer months. Bring your own firewood, as the camp hosts are like Sasquatches; purported to exist, but no one has ever seen them. Gates lock at night, so be prepared.

  • This sign never moved :( No firewood for you
  • Rugged shoreline is great for exploring
  • 10 seconds of Zen
Month of VisitMay
SThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 26, 2021

Go south for internet

Looking to get away from everything? This is your spot. Drive right in and pick a spot. Most spots on A row are pretty choice. We got there on a Wednesday and got a good spot on B. Although some opened up in A, on the bluff the next day. The farther south you go in the campsite you can pick up some…

  • big cedar
  • tree of life.... hanging on with everything it’s got
  • fire pit
Month of VisitMay

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