April 18, 2021 - reviewed by Scatter
We didn’t have reservations but there are about 40 site that are first come first serve. Pulled in Friday morning around 11 & had at least 8 sites big enough for a 30’ RV to choose from. No serviced sites avail but We dry camp all the time so don’t care about hook-ups. Non serviced sites are tucked into trees but all seem to get some sun at some point in the day. Nice spacing between most sites for privacy but not all. Beautiful sandy beach and gorgeous sunsets. Don’t go onto the neighboring campground beach though! They are a little protective of their huge but private beach!!!! You need a wristband to walk on their beach - even at low tide!?!?
September 18, 2020 - reviewed by SteamboatJoe
If you don’t have reservations, be prepared to camp without hookups.
January 26, 2018 - reviewed by Steve
Nice park with fantastic view from most sites! Definitely a favorite!
September 3, 2017 - reviewed by Lost In America
Some sites are available for reservations while others are first come, first served. We parked our class A with the windshield over looking the Straight of San Juan DeFuca so we could watch the ships go by and also get a glimpse of Canada when the sky was clear. The roads are all paved and the facilities are clean and in good repair. Lots to do in the area but the tide pools are the main attraction. Stop by the Fiero Marine Life Center in Port Angeles to better appreciate what you will see in the tide pools.
August 12, 2017 - reviewed by Ashley
We will definitely be staying here again!!! Wish I would have reserved more days! The view is breathtaking!! And my kind face lived the tide pools, playground, and deer. And you really can't beat the price!! Definitely a hidden gem!!
July 17, 2016 - reviewed by Cdc
I wish we would have stayed longer! We enjoyed all of the tide pools, playground, basketball court, deer eating in the field, hikes and campfires! We watched the cruise ships and fishing boats in the water!
July 1, 2016 - reviewed by Wanderer
Love This Place
It is beautiful and peaceful. A favorite of ours.
October 6, 2015 - reviewed by Eric
$28 for nonres rv. There are cool tide pools to visit when there. Close to port Angeles. Camp sites on the lower area don't have hookups for rv. No sewer hookups at all. Free sewer dump if staying.