Salt Creek Recreation Area County Park has national park aesthetics, with County Park amenities. The 196-acre Park includes upland forests, rocky bluffs, rocky tide pools, sand beach, Salt Creek access, campsites, and panoramic views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Crescent Bay, and Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Salt Creek is a regional park that draws visitors from all areas of the northwest and is another one of Clallam County's premier parks. Many colleges and schools from all over the United States visit the Park to study and observe the marine life.
The campground is open year round. There are 92 premium campsites, which include two camp host sites, located on a bluff above the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Approximately 73 of the 92 campsites have a view of the water.
My husband and I love this campground. The rv sites are great. With great view of the straight of juan de fucas, Always see deers and during low ties can find star fish etc,. on the rocks. Clean restroom and showers.
Tom and Linda Jurasin
Clean, camp host were helpful and cheerful.
I guided a 1 week coastal backpacking trip and this was and excellent refueling pit stop along the way! Great amenities and great location.
stayed for just one night but we got a great side on the bluff overlooking toung point. The sun set was beautiful
OMGOSH what a find! Absolutely stunning views of the Juan De Fucas Straight, tide pools, beach, hiking. Camp in the forest or with a view of the straight. Inexpensive and clean.
Love this campground. Great beach. Lots of raccoons so keep your food in your car.
I can completely forgive the apartment style camping here. The sites are big with privacy and many of them have views of the ocean. Our site did!! So pretty. Lots of beach exploring during the day. And awesome campfires are night. Watch out there are lots of hungry raccoons!
Although we were surrounded in fog, enjoyed the playground, tide pools and private site number 51. Always a great spot
Diverse ecosystems here include rocky and sandy shores, tide pools, and dense lush forests so there’s a lot to explore and a lot of different wildlife to see. There aren’t serious hiking trails here, just endless beautiful coast. The tents only campsites out on the little peninsula are the best. They also have some sports fields, showers, camp store, and a few other modern amenities that compliment the natural beauty. Exceptional camping here.