Camping

If you yearn for a little escapism and adventure in a night’s accommodations then have a look at these great National Park, State and County campgrounds.

Port Townsend Area

Fort Worden State Park

80 sites. Open year round. Excellent views, flat spots with lots of RV space. Group camping and lodging can be arranged. They have hiker/biker sites.

Fort Townsend State Park

Has 40 reservable campsites. 4 primitive hiker/biker sites (first come, first served). Group camping is available for up to 80 people. “This 367-acre marine camping park features 3,960-feet of saltwater shoreline on Port Townsend Bay. The heavily wooded park has a rich military history dating from pioneer days.”

Olympic National Park

Many campgrounds around the base of the Park boundary.

Sequim Area

Sequim Bay State Park

60 tent spaces and 16 utility spaces with a few spots that can accommodate RVs up to 45 ft. Group camping available. Park is right on the Olympic Discovery Trail with nearly 1 mile of saltwater coastal frontage. Open year round, but some sites closed in winter. Hiker and biker sites available.

Dungeness Recreation Area

216 acres with 66 campsites. No hookups for water or electricity, but water is available. Open year round.  Online reservations possible from February through October. Group picnic area is available. Hiker/biker sites available.

Olympic National Park

Many campgrounds around the base of the Park boundary.

Port Angeles Area

Salt Creek Campground

196-acre park along the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Crescent Bay. 92 sites, many with water views. 39 sites have water and hookups. Open year round. Online reservations possible from February through October.

Camp David Jr. Campground

Group camping site that can accommodate 100 people. Open from mid-April through mid-October. During the summer the Camp is primarily used by youth groups.

Olympic National Park

Many campgrounds around the base of the Park boundary.

Forks Area

Bear Creek Campground

10 sites. Call 360-374-2800 or email olympic.region@dnr.wa.gov for details.

Klahowya Campground

55 sites. Flush toilets and potable water. Note: 20 miles from here to Forks by Hwy 101. Adjacent to the south shore of the Sol Duc River.

Bogachiel State Park

26 standard sites and 2 hiker/biker sites. A thickly forested 123-acre camping park on the banks of the Bogachiel River, 6 miles beyond Forks on Hwy 101.

Olympic National Park

Many campgrounds around the base of the Park boundary.

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