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Campgrounds of Olympic

There are campgrounds scattered all over the vast area of Olympic National Park, with one or more in each of the visited areas. They are in various states of development, although the most popular areas have at least one well-developed area.

Deer Park Campground

  • Size & Cost: 14 sites, $15 per site
  • Open: June through October
  • Reservations: No, first come, first served
  • Location: Down the Deer Park Road, which turns to gravel 9 miles after leaving US-101
  • Amenities: Vault toilets, fire rings and picnic tables – there is no fresh water
  • Demand: High. As with all of Olympic National Park’s campgrounds, it is subject to fill at any time, especially in summer.

Fairholme Campground

  • Size & Cost: 88 sites, $20 per site
  • Open: May through October
  • Reservations: No, first come, first served
  • Location: Off of US-101 at the west end of Lake Crescent
  • Amenities: Running water, flush toilets, fire rings and picnic tables, dump station
  • Demand: Very high. This campground is near the shore of Lake Crescent, and is very popular in summer.

Graves Creek Campground

  • Size & Cost: 30 sites, $20 per site
  • Open: All Year
  • Reservations: No, first come, first served
  • Location: In the Quinault Rain Forest
  • Amenities: Vault toilets, fire rings and picnic tables – there is no fresh water
  • Demand: High. As with all of Olympic National Park’s campgrounds, it is subject to fill at any time, especially in summer.

Heart O’ the Hills Campground

  • Size & Cost: 105 sites, $20 per site
  • Open: All Year
  • Reservations: No, first come, first served
  • Location: 5.2 miles beyond the Heart O’ the Hills Entrance on Hurricane Ridge Road
  • Amenities: Running water, flush toilets, fire rings and picnic tables
  • Demand: High. As with all of Olympic National Park’s campgrounds, it is subject to fill at any time, especially in summer.

Hoh Campground

  • Size & Cost: 78 sites, $20 per site
  • Open: All Year
  • Reservations: No, first come, first served
  • Location: 6 miles from the Hoh Entrance on Hoh Road, 0.4 miles from the Hoh Rain Forest
  • Amenities: Running water, flush toilets, fire rings and picnic tables
  • Demand: High. As with all of Olympic National Park’s campgrounds, it is subject to fill at any time, especially in summer.

Kalaloch Campground

  • Size & Cost: 170 sites, $22 per site
  • Open: All Year
  • Reservations: May through September, Reserve Online
  • Location: Off US-101 35 miles south of Forks
  • Amenities: Running water, flush toilets, fire rings and picnic tables, dump station
  • Demand: Very high. This campground is right next to the Pacific Ocean, and is very popular. Reservations strongly suggested.

Mora Campground

  • Size & Cost: 94 sites, $20 per site
  • Open: All Year
  • Reservations: June through September, Reserve Online
  • Location: 14 miles west of Forks on Mora Road
  • Amenities: Running water, flush toilets, fire rings and picnic tables, dump station
  • Demand: High. As with all of Olympic National Park’s campgrounds, it is subject to fill at any time, especially in summer.

North Fork Campground

  • Size & Cost: 9 sites, $15 per site
  • Open: All Year
  • Reservations: No, first come, first served
  • Location: In the Quinault Rain Forest
  • Amenities: Vault toilets, fire rings and picnic tables – there is no fresh water
  • Demand: High. As with all of Olympic National Park’s campgrounds, it is subject to fill at any time, especially in summer.

Ozette Campground

  • Size & Cost: 15 sites, $20 per site
  • Open: All Year (subject to flooding in winter)
  • Reservations: No, first come, first served
  • Location: Next to Ozette Lake
  • Amenities: Vault toilets, fire rings and picnic tables – there is no fresh water
  • Demand: High. As with all of Olympic National Park’s campgrounds, it is subject to fill at any time, especially in summer.

Queets Campground

  • Size & Cost: 20 sites, $15 per site
  • Open: All Year
  • Reservations: No, first come, first served
  • Location: 11 miles off of US-101 in the Upper Queets area
  • Amenities: Vault toilets, fire rings and picnic tables – there is no fresh water
  • Demand: Moderate. This campground is primitive and very remote, and occasionally fills.

Sol Duc Campground

  • Size & Cost: 82 sites, $28-$50 per site
  • Open: Season
  • Reservations: March through October, Reserve Online
  • Location: 12.4 miles from the Sol Duc Entrance on Sol Duc Road
  • Amenities: Running water, flush toilets, fire rings and picnic tables, dump station, some RV sites with hookups
  • Demand: Very high. As with all of Olympic National Park’s campgrounds, it is subject to fill at any time, especially in summer.

South Beach Campground

  • Size & Cost: 55 sites, $15 per site
  • Open: May through September
  • Reservations: No, first come, first served
  • Location: On US-101 three miles south of Kalaloch Campground
  • Amenities: Vault toilets, fire rings and picnic tables – there is no fresh water
  • Demand: High. This is essentially an overflow area for the very popular Kalaloch Campground. It is right next to the Pacific Ocean.

Staircase Campground

  • Size & Cost: 49 sites, $20 per site
  • Open: All Year (primitive in winter)
  • Reservations: No, first come, first served
  • Location: At the end of the Staircase Road off of US-101
  • Amenities: Running water, flush toilets, fire rings and picnic tables (no water in winter)
  • Demand: High. As with all of Olympic National Park’s campgrounds, it is subject to fill at any time, especially in summer.

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