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Dosewallips Campground (walk-in Only) — Olympic National Park

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National Park Service

Olympic National Park

Perfect for secluded tent camping. The access road is washed out 6.5 miles from the campground and it is not vehicle accessible.

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Location

Dosewallips Campground (walk-in Only) — Olympic National Park is located in Washington

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Directions

Dosewallips Campground is accessible off the Dosewallips Rd. This can been accessed from Highway 101. The Dosewallips road is washed-out outside the Olympic National Park boundary, 6.5 miles from the campground and cannot be traversed with a vehicle. All campers must hike past the wash-out and walk into the campground.

Coordinates

47.737303 N
123.164701 W

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Access

  • Walk-In
    Park in a lot, walk to your site.
  • Hike-In
    Backcountry sites.

Stay Connected

  • WiFi
    Available
  • Verizon
    Good
  • AT&T
    Good
  • T-Mobile
    Poor

Site Types

  • Tent Sites
  • Standard (Tent/RV)
  • Group

Features

For Campers

  • Trash
  • Phone Service
  • Drinking Water
  • Toilets

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K
Reviewed Sep. 5, 2018

Quiet, accessible, variety for all

this was my best spot with my girls (8m and 2 yrs) on our adventure. It was clean, quiet, accessible and all of the sites had what was promised. Elk next to our campsite was fun.

There were a lot of sites outside on a field (which I think is weird), but my site and many are in the trees. The website is good for explanations on privacy and site set up. Good space between the sites

  • Review photo of Dosewallips Campground (walk-in Only) — Olympic National Park by Kirsten  C., September 5, 2018