Tent Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Unknown
Water Unknown
About Slab Camp/Deer Ridge Trailhead

A three unit rustic camping area is adjacent to the parking area. Provides access to:  Slab Camp Trail #838 - This forested trail descends 3.1 miles to the canyon floor and Gray Wolf River and 5.8 miles to the park boundary via Upper Gray Wolf Trail #834 . Slab Camp Trail now serves as the main access to Upper Gray Wolf Trail. Deer Ridge Trail #846 - This trail is 5.2 miles long and travels through conifer forest with views of the Olympic Peaks at higher elevations. The trail enters Olympic National Park at 3.6 miles and ends at Deer Park. Deer Ridge and Slab Camp Trails access Buckhorn Wilderness  and Olympic National Park .

USDA Forest Service
Slab Camp/Deer Ridge Trailhead is located in Olympic National Forest in Washington
47.9651 N
-123.1933 W
Get Directions
From Sequim, WA go approximately 2.5 miles west of Sequim on US Highway 101. Turn left on Taylor Cutoff Road just after corssing the Dungeness River. Follow Taylor Cutoff Road to Lost Mountain Road. Proceed to intersection of Forest Road 2870 and turn left. Continue on Forest Road 2870 and turn right at Forest Road 2875. Follow Forest Road 2875 four miles to the trailhead.
1 Review of Slab Camp/Deer Ridge Trailhead
First to Review
Camp Tony, 3 miles down

This backcountry Forest Service camp is 3 miles down the slab creek trail where it intersects with the Gray Wolf River. It’s a great camp with a handful of spaces with established fire pits. This camp is dog friendly, no permit necessary and absolutely free! Right on the confluence so you may need to yell at your camp buddies to be heard but it’s gorgeous and absolutely deserted. Nobody at the camp the weekend after 4th of July and in one of the most deserted river valleys in the Olympics.