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About Queets Campground
Operator
National Park Service
Access
Drive In
Boat In
Features
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Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Reservable
No Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Queets Campground is located in Olympic National Park in Washington
Latitude
47.628 N
Longitude
-124.018 W
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6 Reviews of Queets Campground
Most secluded ever

Is is a small campground that is sparsely populated. The road to n is tough and about 10 miles of narrow gravel road. Sites are not labeled but large and surrounded by dense trees and Moss coverage. Beautiful river runs next to the sites and several great trails take off from the campground.

Out of the way spot

Beautiful out of the way spot beside a river. As long as you don’t mind driving out 15 miles on mostly dirt roads this spot is beautiful and quite. $15 a night, vault toilet and no trash bins.

Western part of Olympic National Park

Peaceful, small, and secluded within incredible classic WA forests. There are pit toilets but no other amenities onsite. Make sure you have a bear canister and water treatment. This is primitive camping, good for tents and sedans, but not RVs. This spot is unlikely to be full. We saw bear prints and heard lots of interesting birds at all hours. GPS is not great, call ahead and/or use a paper map.

Western part of Olympic National Park

Peaceful, small, and secluded within incredible classic WA forests. There are pit toilets but no other amenities onsite. Make sure you have a bear canister and water treatment. This is primitive camping, good for tents and sedans, but not RVs. This spot is unlikely to be full. We saw bear prints and heard lots of interesting birds at all hours. GPS is not great, call ahead and/or use a paper map.

A great secret campground

Wonderful spots that are well spaced by a roaring river! Only $15 to camp in a great forest setting.

First to Review
Hard to find; Worth the drive!

After not being able to find a campground around Quinault, we took a chance on a busy Sunday night to drive to Queets Campground in Olympic National Park. The road to get to the campground is interesting as it passes through clear cuts and old growth forest alike to achieve the national park boundary. From here you get on a steep gravel road to travel a narrow decline to the river valley. Once you get to the campground, you will be pleasantly surprised with wide spacious sites and views of the river. The bathroom is a single loo without running water but amazingly well maintained and without the stink!