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surrounded by really dense forest so each site feels secluded. right on lake quinault and super close to the town of quinault which is so cute.
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 was our first camping trip out after moving to WA. Talk about GREEN AND LUSH!! No hookups, but very nice campground. Trail goes around the entire campground and hooks up to a few others. Our site was very private. Brush very thick between many sites.
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Stayed in Forest loop. Hookups, lots of trails all around, plus the beach, and a coffee kiosk. What more could you ask for?
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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.
The sites are very private and there is a ton to do here. Hiking, beach, boat tours. We went pre-COVID, so there might be less to do now. In the evening they even had a concert at the outdoor amphitheater. It was one of the best places that we’ve camped. Really great for our kids.
We stayed at Bogachiel for Memorial Day weekend. The park sits very close to 101 so there is road noise, but we live in a city and next to a fire station, so it didn’t bother us. It’s a small campground and that made it feel very manageable—no longer walks to the bathroom or the riverbank. There…
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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There are two loops, Loop A which is closer to the river and Loop B which has lots of downed trees that have been worked on as well as walk-in sites. This was a neat campground in that nature was front and center. Tons of moss, deer wandering around, and the slugs! They were HUGE!! No showers…
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This is a non-motorized water vehicle campground. You have to paddle in to camp here. There are two sides to the campground, separated by a marshy area. We camped in a couple of sites at Prevost Harbor(we were a large group of 12) after hauling our kayaks up into the grass in expectation of a high…
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Right on the river on one side of the freeway, and hood canal on the other. Has some road noise for sure. Good hiking.
A beautiful campground with campsites right on the water. Well kept. Our spot was a little on the small side but you could walk down to the lake.
We stayed at a beautiful drive-up spot that overlooked the lake. Neighbors seemed closer than if we were in a spot on the interior and away from the water.. but the view is definitely worth it. We will definitely be back!
Bathrooms were well spaced throughout the campground and clean.