I hit this spot because I was late and needed a place just for the evening. Only 6sites. Fishing access site, so if you have a fishing licence in Montana it’s $12. If not, $18. One vault toilet. Six sites. No water. The Clearwater Sinclair petrol station is maybe a half mile. Good cell service on TMobile. Lots of road noise, bring earplugs. Don’t know about the fishing.
Well maintained park and trail. The Hoh river is a special place regardless of where you on it. This park is popular Tao on the weekends it is usually full during the summer but thins out on the weekdays. When I was there it was a first come first served. It was full by early afternoon on Friday so I did a day hike and drove back down the road outside the park and found a spot on the river that was public access. It was a discover pass area. I did note that several camp sites where going to be available the next day as you can see when people are going to leave the sites. I went back Sunday at 1100hrs and had my pick of riverside sites. The trail is popular so expect lots of foot traffic in the summer. I’ve been here in the fall, winter and spring and it’s close to vacant. The toilets were clean and a good water source. There are a few other trails to do not listed by the park but on AllTrails.
Approach to the campground is mostly paved and well marked. The road narrows considerably in a few places and with a soft shoulder. Large RV’s and vehicles with trailers meeting each other in these sections will need to reverse to allow safe passage.
The campground has only 7 sites or so and one long drop toilet. There is one group site. There are several turnouts along the road for overflow camping and gravel roads going out into the bush.
The is another campground further down the road, yahoo campground I think?
The campsites were clean with tables and fire rings. Great big trees and lots of shade.
Huge area!! Several toilets and one group site. Boat ramp with a wee dock. Well maintained gravel road to the area.
About 10-15min drive off of the highway. Last half is gravel. Three hiking trails nearby. Clean long drop toilet. Cold water. $15.00 per night. No power. Big level lots for trailers. The trailhead gets busy with hikers and horse trailers.
Good spots that aren’t to close to each other. $14.00 without electricity. $20 with power. The lochsa lodge has brekkie and a small general store with gasoline.