Frequently Asked Questions

1How can I make a booking?

We accept online bookings through our website.

We can also help you make a booking over the phone over our reservation line: 360 452-7054

Give our friendly reservations team a call. We are happy to assist you!

2How far in advance can I book?

We can usually book up to a year in advance, but during the summer season, we hold off on taking bookings until the season slows enough to prepare for the coming year.

We open bookings for the following summer the previous Fall once pricing is set.

2023 reservations are open online & over the phone.

2024 reservations will open Fall of 2023.

3Do you have cell service & Wi-Fi?


Cell service is good for all major mobile providers on our property.

We offer Wi-Fi as a courtesy to our guests

4Can you accommodate Big Rig RV's?


We have sites made for 38+ long RVs & 5th wheels. These sites have 30/50 AMP electric, water, & septic. They are open sky sites with no overhead branches and are satellite-friendly.

These sites measure 30' wide by 70' long and can take a 45' 5th wheel + heavy duty truck or a 40' A motorhome + a 20' utility trailer behind.

Please check online availability or give us a call to secure a booking.

5How far are you from Olympic National Park?

We are six miles from the Olympic National Park Visitor Center & gate to Hurricane Ridge!

ONP is spread across five main entrances and we are centrally located to explore each section unique of the Park.

All park areas are accessible through easy day trips from our location, and several can be combined into a day for more variety!

Here's quick breakdown of how close favorite ONP attractions are from our campground location with drive times:

Hurricane Ridge Gate: 10 minutes

Hurricane Ridge Summit: 45-60 minutes

Deer Park: 60 minutes

Madison Falls/Elwha Valley: 10 minutes

East side of Lake Crescent: 15 minutes

Marymere Falls/Lake Crescent Lodge: 20 minutes

Spruce RR Trail/Devil's punchbowl: 20 minutes

Fairholm: 35 minutes

SolDuc Gate: 40 minutes

Sol Duc Hot Springs: 60 minutes

Sol Duc waterfall: 75 minutes

LaPush, Second Beach, Third Beach, Rialto Beach: 75-90 minutes

Kalaloch beach/Tree of Life: 105 minutes

Hoh Rainforest 120 minutes

Cape Flattery: 105 minutes

Lake Ozette: 120 minutes

Check out our Area Highlights & Explore our Area Links Pages for details resources & Recommendations!

6What can I do in your area?

We are located conveniently six miles from Port Angeles with downtown restaurants and cultural activities.

We are central to the main entrances into Olympic National Park which boasts incredible scenery, hiking, water sport, wildlife viewing, and diverse ecosystems.

Beaches along the Juan De Fuca Straight and scenic HWY 112 are as close to five minutes from our park.

Check out our Area Highlights & Explore our Area Links Pages for details resources & Recommendations!

7Are pets welcome?


We are a pet friendly park. If you plan to bring a pet, please mention this when you book.

To keep a safe camping environment for our campers and their pets, we maintain the following policies for all pets.

No dangerous pets, aggressive pets, or excessive barkers allowed.

Non-Canine pets (such as cats, birds, reptiles, etc.) Must remain inside the RV or vehicle for the duration of your stay.

Please pick up after your pet immediately, both in your site or around the campground property. Doggie bag disposal stations are provided for your convenience.

When outside the RV or vehicle all pets must be leashed and supervised by an adult at all times.

Please do not tie pets up in the site.

Please do not leave pets alone in a vehicle or RV for extended periods of time.

We promptly address pet noise complaints for the sake of all our campers.

We offer some daytime pet sitting services. Please stop in the office during your stay for more information.

8Do you accommodate groups?

Yes! We do accommodate group bookings.

We primarily host groups April-May and September-October due to limited availability in the busy summer season.

To inquire for a group booking, please give our friendly reservations team a call. We are happy to assist you!

9When is check in and check out time?

Check in time is anytime between 1-7pm.

Check out time is at 11am.

10How far away are you from town?

We are about 6 miles out of town (a 10 minute drive).

Coming out of town in the direction of East, on Hwy 101.

Turn left onto Hwy 112 and continue for a mile, then we’ll be on the left side of the Hwy. If you cross the bridge, you’ve gone too far!

11How far are you from the ferry to Victoria, BC?

We are about 8-10 minutes from the Black Ball ferry in Port Angeles going to Victoria, Canada

12What kind of amenities do you have?

We have a variety of different amenities we offer to our guests.

Wi-Fi throughout the park, clean bathroom and hot showers, guest clubhouse with cable TV, coin laundry facilities, a gift shop, family recreation area, BBQ Pavilion, pet sitting, community garden & hydroponics.

Sit around a campfire and listen to the quiet or gather with your neighbors at the BBQ Pavilion for an evening of fun, cooking, storytelling, horseshoes, volleyball, basketball, badminton, or a stroll around our ponds.

13Do you have laundry and showers?


Our laundry and showers are both coin operated.

A coin machine is available in the clubhouse if you need to exchange bills for quarters.

14What kind of bike trails are near you?

Olympic Discovery Trail: (2.5 miles of back roads from our park)

The Olympic Discovery Trail is a biking, hiking and horse-riding trail stretching over 100 miles from Port Townsend to Forks, Washington. The ODT Route winds through fields and farms, parks, and towns; over creeks, rivers and ravines on restored railroad trestles; and past beaches and national recreation areas.

The Adventure Trail: (1/4 mile up HWY 112 from our park)

The Olympic Adventure Route is a dirt mountainy trail featuring long inclines and descents along the way. It’s a 25-mile point to point singletrack from Hwy 112 to Lake Crescent. True to its name, its generally considered a challenging route, it takes an average of 10hrs to complete (by foot). This is a popular trail for hiking and mountain biking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during the quieter times of the day. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash.

Spruce Railroad Trail: (20 minute drive by car from our park)

The Spruce Railroad Trail is a 11.2 mile out-and-back trail located near Joyce, Washington along lake Crescent. Its generally considered an easy route. It takes an average of 3 ½ hours to complete and its good for all skill levels. This is a very popular trail for hiking, horseback riding, walking and mountain biking so you’ll likely encounter other people while exploring. This trail is along a mountain with views of the beautiful Lake Crescent along the way! The trail is open year-round. Dogs are able to use this trail but must be on a leash.

15Do you offer long term stays?

We offer extended stays on a month-to-month basis. Most of our availability for extended stays occurs between mid-October and April during our Fall & Winter seasons.

For more information, please give us a call as (360) 452-7054.

16How far are you from lake Crescent?

We are about 15-20 minutes west of Lake Crescent.

Nestled in the northern foothills of the Olympic Mountains, Lake Crescent lies about 18 miles west of Port Angeles. The pristine waters of this deep blue water, glacially carved lake make it an ideal destination for those in search of natural beauty.

Lake Crescent has several hiking trails, some of which climb the surrounding mountains, and others that explore the lowland forests and creeks. Many people enjoy out onto the water during the summer and fall Boat launches are located at both east and west ends of the lake. Rowboats are available for rental from lake crescent lodge. Whether its kayaking, sailing, or simply relaxing on the beaches and shores, lake crescent is a great place to visit!