We stayed at Bogachiel for Memorial Day weekend. The park sits very close to 101 so there is road noise, but we live in a city and next to a fire station, so it didn’t bother us. It’s a small campground and that made it feel very manageable—no longer walks to the bathroom or the riverbank. There is a short nature trail that the kids enjoyed and the access to Olympic National Park can’t be beat without staying inside the actual park, but the closest attractions being Hall of Mosses and Ruby Beach. There is also easy access to Forks and the Thriftway for snacks, ice, or forgotten supplies. Firewood is $6/bundle and the super nice ranger can put it on your card if you forget cash. There are bugs but we didn’t get bitten. Sites on the lower loop are nearer to the river and the sound if the water is lovely to fall asleep to. We had a wonderful time at Bogachiel and will definitely be back—it’s a fantastic home site for exploring the peninsula.