Washington State camping
Olympic National Park
Just off Highway 101
Washington State camping - Kalaloch Campground
Camping in Washington state, along the beautiful remote wilderness of the north Washington coastline, 73 miles of which is protected by being in the Olympic National Park, is very "real" camping experience.
This beautiful Washington camping ground is right on the beach!
Kalaloch (“a good place to land” in the Quinault language) is a really wild beach, with lots of drift wood washed up on the shore. We even saw an otter frolicking in the surf.
Some of the campsites back directly onto the beach (well, it’s a small cliff, with the beach below). Other campsites are in the wind-battered woods.
$14 (2 vehicles and 8 people) (50% off with a Golden Age/Golden Access seniors card)
170 campsites (this sounds like a massive place, but they are separated into different loops and so it seems a lot smaller)
All year (although certain loops of this Washington camping ground are closed out of the summer season)
Reserve online at www.recreation.gov or by telephone on 1-877-444-6777 in Summer (June 20 to September 3)
First come first served remainder of the year
Yes, but on a leash (and only in the camp ground and on Kalaloch beach)
This real camping ground was submitted by:
Chris Baker of Jacksonville, Illinois
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