Amy S.
Richmond, VA
Joined July 2017
Travel nurse, nature explorer
Lush Rainforest

I loved this campground! Deep into the Quinault Rainforest, about 6 miles of unpaved road before you reach the campground. There is a river nearby, but only about 2-3 sites back up to it. The campsites are quite open, so not a ton of privacy, but the bathrooms were functional and clean. I arrived at 6pm on a Wednesday and there were about 7-8 sites available. I stayed in spot A25, which is on the opposite side of the river, but the views of the mossy trees and ferns were enough for me! Not surprised that I woke up to heavy rain in the middle of the night, since it is a rainforest. I'd love to stay here again!

Close to Rialto Beach

This is a large campground near Rialto Beach. We stayed on our visit to Olympic National Park. We arrived around 5pm on a Tuesday and there were plenty of spaces left. The toilets were closed in the A loop, so I didn't have the chance to check them out. Neighbors are close, but not on top of you. I would stay here again!

Worth the drive!

A beautiful campground in Olympic National Park with views galore! It was cool how tame the deer were as well. We stayed in spot A4, backing right up to the meadow. It didn't offer a ton of privacy, but all you have to do is look outside your tent to forget about that. This is probably the coolest campground I've stayed in. 10/10 would recommend!

Enjoyable night in Mt Rainier

Arrived around 5pm on a Tuesday in June and had no problem securing a great spot. There were plenty of other visitors, so I imagine the weekend would be packed. The site we stayed in was close to the road, but quiet and beautiful. The wonderland trail is a quick jaunt from the campgrounds. Would recommend, but perhaps liked Ohanapecosh a tad bit more.

Camping by the river

Camping at Ohanapecosh is an enjoyable experience, particularly if your spot backs right up to the river. Arrive early to secure a spot. Neighbors will be close by, but in my experience were respectful and quiet. This would be an excellent campground for big groups if you are able to secure side by side camp sites. Park rangers are friendly and helpful. Silver Falls is beautiful and only a short 2.2 mile loop from the grounds.

Camping in peace

A quiet campground with no reservations was exactly what we were looking for on the weekend prior to Memorial Day. Our campground backed right up to the lake. There were a couple people enjoying the lake, fishing and having a beer, but overall we enjoyed the spot in solitude. The only thing that could be improved is that there were many shell casings and some beer cans left from a previous group. Be nice and clean up after yourself :)