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Established Camping

Willaby Campground

22 Reviews


USDA Forest Service

Olympic National Forest


With all campsites located near the shoreline of glacially carved Lake Quinault, visitors are sure to enjoy the beautiful shoreline and interpretive opportunities in the area. From old-growth trees in the surrounding rain forest to excellent fishing, Willaby Campground's location is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts.


The forest features 10 miles of hiking trails and many waterfalls within walking distance of the campground. Lake Quinault is part of the Quinault Indian Nation As such,You must have a fishing permit and or boat permit through the Quinault Indian Nation. Both may be purchased through local merchants. Lake Quinault Lodge offers boat and kayak rentals as well as a number of interpretive tours.


There are 21 campsites that can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs up to 16 feet in length, however no hook ups are provided. Some sites are in wooded areas and others are not; many of the sites have a view of the lake. The campground has a potable water system. The site also has a barrier-free flush toilet as well as several accessible camp and picnic sites.

Natural Features

The forested slopes of Olympic National Park provide a scenic backdrop across Lake Quinault. Towering conifers including Sitka spruce, Douglas-fir, western hemlock and western red cedar provide dense shade for this beautiful setting. The forest floor is covered with lush rain forest plants including moss, ferns, false lily-of-the-valley and oxalis.


For facility specific information, please call (360) 288-2525.

Nearby Attractions

Nearby, Lake Quinault Lodge offers a restaurant and gift shop. Short trails in the area include the Big Spruce Tree Trail, Forest Service Nature Trail, Kestner Homestead Trail and the Maple Glade Trail. Explore the ocean beaches close-by as well as the National Fish Hatchery. For a more adventuresome day, drive up the valley to hike along the rivers or climb the 4,200 ft. Colonel Bob Peak for expansive views of the mountains and valleys on a clear day.

Fee Info

Extra vehicle fee $5 per vehicle per night.

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  • Drive-In
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  • Hike-In
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  • Boat-In
    Sites accessible by watercraft.

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Site Types

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


For Campers

  • Market
  • Trash
  • Picnic Table
  • Firewood Available
  • Phone Service
  • Drinking Water
  • Toilets
  • Alcohol
  • Pets
  • Fires

For Vehicles

  • Sanitary Dump

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22 Reviews

montana R.
Reviewed Feb. 22, 2024


Rustic campsites provide the perfect setting for an authentic outdoor experience, complete with Inat TV crackling campfires and starlit skies.

montana R.
Reviewed Feb. 22, 2024

Nice place to viist

Whether you're pitching a tent beneath the canopy of trees or parking your camper in a cozy nook,  delta executor Willaby Campground offers a range of accommodations to suit every preference.

Reviewed May. 25, 2022

Campground's great, scenery's even better

For sheer beauty alone this campground deserves 5 stars.  We were in site 15, right on Lake Quinault, and really enjoyed everything we saw and did here.  The campground is small and right off the road but traffic noise isn't bothersome, particularly if you snag a site on the lake.  Overall, you can't beat the location.  Our site was quiet and more secluded than some of the others (we had to move to #14 next door when we decided to stay one more night--it was good but not as secluded).  But wow, the temperate rainforest across the road made the whole place worthwhile.  We were able to hike the Lake Quinault Loop Trail with our dogs (about 3.8 miles) and for these rain-starved Californians, it was heaven on Earth:  lush, verdant, and with a thousand different shades of green.  The campground has bathrooms with flush toilets and cold water sinks (no showers), and there are garbage cans for your trash.  Ranger station is about ½ mile away if you need maps or someone official to talk to.  Not a lot of options for takeout food, if that's your thing; the two restaurants up the road aren't exactly culinary treasures.  But the scenery makes up for any shortcomings.  Lake Quinault is a jewel.

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Willaby Campground is located in Washington

Detail location of campground


From Seattle Travel on 1-5 south to Olympia, take highway 101 N toward Aberdeen. Take state highway 8, this turns into highway 12 which will get you to Aberdeen. From Aberdeen, WA travel 40 miles north on Highway 101 to South Shore Road. Take South Shore road 1.5 miles to Willaby Campground. Entrance to campground is from the South Shore Road just beyond the Quinault Rain Forest Nature Trailhead.


47.46132778 N
123.8605417 W

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