$39 per night was for the only premium site (#18) with electric, water, picnic table, and fire ring. There was no extra charge for our tow vehicle—thank goodness! All sites are level gravel. The sites are mostly in shade as the park is in the woods. We used this lovely small campground as our base to visit the western section of Olympic National Park; the seashore at Mora and the rainforest of Hoh—such diversity! It is just outside Forks (we didn’t encounter any vampires during our stay!) where you can find some shopping and a few restaurants. The scenic roadways have awesome vistas and pull-offs to access its hundreds of miles of trails. The only downside to this site was its location near the very busy highway with logging trucks rumbling up and down at all hours of the day and night. Sites on the other side of the campground or along the river have much less road noise. The sites along the river cannot accommodate rigs larger than 25’. AT&T cell service was five bars of 2G. Our Milliencom jetpack was getting two bars of 4G LTE so we used it for internet access. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nicely located, paved roads, some sites will fit big rigs. We got here and found that the power had dead leg on 50 A and open ground, 30 amp open ground, same results at several other sites. The bathrooms had signs on them from users saying the toilet didn't flush and that there was no hot water in the showers. I looked and the toilets were full of, well you know, and there was no hot water. This appeared to have been going on several days. The word disgusting comes to mind. I tracked down a ranger who looked and sounded surprised about these items and then put up a sign saying the bathrooms were out of service and to pay up. The place is well located, but in its current condition I wouldn't let a dog stay here. If I'm in the area again, I'll check it out to see if they have fixed anything, but if they haven't, I'll just go boondock. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I had to use this campground as the local commercial park had closed for the season when I visited the area in late October. This small (123 acre) park is located between US-101 and the Bogachiel River. Road noise is not too much of a problem as the road grade is well above the elevation of the camping area. After dark, traffic on the highway is minimal. The park is very thickly forested, and even on the sunniest of days, the campsites are very dark. The park’s web site indicates that sites will accommodate rigs up to 40’ in length. I found that only 2 or 3 of the 36 power / water sites were capable of holding my 35’ motorhome. The reasonable price and the park’s convenience to places of interest including Forks, the Hoh Rain Forest and Neah Bay make this a good base for exploring the northwest corner of the state. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This Campground is first come first served and offers 36 standard sites, six sites with power and water, one dump station and two restroom buildings with showers (main campground restroom includes ADA-accessible restrooms/showers). One kitchen shelter without electricity is available to campers. There are 2 loops with the utility sites near the entrance of the park. The other loop offers campsites next to the river. This campground is well maintained and very pretty and lush. Some sites are very private while others are more out in the open. The town of Forks is located 6 miles north and has a great grocery store with an Ace Hardware store next door. There is also a laundramat and car wash along with other local businesses. There are a number of restaurants including Italian, Mexican,Chinese, and a busy burger joint. We found this to be a great campground and would stay here again. I would have given it a 10 if it wasn't so close to the highway. The road noise calms down in the evening and it didn't keep us awake. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites in the back are huge grassy sites, mostly pull-throughs, that could accommodate any size of rig, and are far enough from highway 101 that you don't really hear it. Each site has a picnic table. The park is very quiet at night. Good 4G Verizon signal. There is a row of permanent mobile homes on the south edge of the park, some are nice small manufactured homes, some are very old, very sad looking single wides. There is a shooting range two blocks away that is very loud, but it didn't seem to be too busy. Good grocery and hardware store right across the street. If you can ignore the shooting range and the ugly trailers this is a decent place to stay in Forks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Located in the cute town of Forks and is across the street from a grocery store and Ace hardware. The sites were grass, but level. Most sites face some ratty looking trailers, but the residents were quiet and not a problem. Good location to visit Olympic National Park Rain Forest and coastal locations. The Wi-Fi did not work. It either would not connect or drop after a minute or so. Rate is Passport America. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is small and right on the 101, but it's set back so there isn't much highway noise. We gave it a 6 because of the overall appeal. The main road in and out of the park is shared with a small trailer park, and the "grassy" areas between the sites are actually more weeds than grass. However, the park is under new ownership and the managers seem to take good care of the property as it stands now. It's a convenient place to stay and they do accept Passport America on weekdays. The rate is for PA and they do charge extra for pets and 50 amp service. We would stay again on an overnight, passing through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very good location if you're wanting to do anything in Forks (it's the setting for the Twilight series, so there are plenty of tours and tourist attractions). Walking distance with sidewalks to all of the town's stores and restaurants. We had the choice between the gravel lot and the grass area in the back. Nothing was shaded, but the spaces had enough room. Bathrooms were clean, though showers were locked rather early at 9 p.m. when it was still daylight out. Wi-Fi was excruciatingly slow and we gave up when only the titles of web pages would load. Owners conceded they don't have enough bandwidth to serve everyone at the park. In that case, they probably shouldn't even advertise having Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small park right in town (across the street from an impressive grocery/clothing/hardware store). We had a level grass pull-in site where we faced some tall shrubs that blocked the view of a line of old single-wides (shared the entry street with the park). No cable, but no problem getting satellite. Lots of RVs coming and going - probably would be wise to get a reservation during summer season. We'd stop here again for a few days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nothing luxurious here, but the small park is clean and well-kept, and the people are friendly. We stayed two nights while we poked around the area. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park and very nice new managers. The park is under new ownership and new managers so will stay open much longer. The new manager says that they intend to stay open all year. The sites are level, big, have modern hook-ups, and provided with a picnic table. We couldn't get the cable to work but that is probably our technology, the Wi-Fi is good. The park is right across from the Outfitters with groceries, clothing, hardware, auto parts, just about anything you could want. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners make this park. They are very friendly and try to make your stay as pleasant as possible. The park is in the middle of town, with no scenery. The sites are wide enough to put your awning out and sit under it and enjoy the weather. The utilities all work as they should, except the Wi-Fi will not reach as far as they think. We were in the middle of the park and could not pick it up at the coach. It worked fine outside the office. The access is good, easy in and out. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We also have stayed many times here. Park used to have lots of flowers, but last two years things seem to be let go. I noticed prior review says the park is for sale. Hopefully, someone will buy and take pride of ownership. We always park in the front as the back used to have a lot of unkept permanents. Haven't walked back there this year. It is a good location and needed in this area, so hopefully it will improve. Yes, $35.00 is a bit steep for no showers or cable. Restroom are okay, just very old. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here the final Sunday of July and had a level, gravel, FHU, back-in site across from the office. Most of the sites are pull-throughs on grass in the back of the park. They no longer have cable TV, but we were able to get roof satellite reception. Many, but not all sites appear to be satellite friendly. The Wi-Fi from our site was fine after the owner rebooted the system at our request. The park is up for sale and the owners are cutting back on what is offered (for example, there are no longer showers or cable TV) and their season. They are open 5 months this year but plan on only being open 3 months next year. We have stayed here several times in the past and enjoy the park but the new limitations do lower the rating. As others have noted, $35/night is a bit high for a park without showers or cable. I do not lower a park's rating because there is a trailer park next to it. The shopping across the street (including a full service supermarket) is very handy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a very wide and long, grass site that was level. Hookups were at the rear end of the site, so we were limited in how far we could pull forward, but still had plenty of room. The campground was reasonably clean and quiet. It shares a road with a small, slightly shabby trailer home park, so it lacks a certain ambiance, but the campground is very convenient to the seashore, the Olympic National Park, and all the other sights in the area. Wi-fi was weak and occasionally did not connect to the internet. Fair to good Verizon signal. No trees in the way of our satellite dish. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I am not usually one to care too much about the frills but this place takes "no frills" to another level. $35.00 is way too high for no toilets, no showers, no shade, no nothing. You either park in a gravel lot or in a grass field. The spacing is wide and the hook ups are convenient, but that is about it. The old and dilapidated trailers are still occupied by families and greatly detract from the park. Kids were riding bikes through the campsites during the day. However, we did not feel unsafe at anytime. The owners were very friendly and very helpful with suggestions about the area. This location is great for accessing the NP and other points of interest in this area. We would not stay here again if there was any other option. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly owners. Double-wide sites. Some sites on grass and some on gravel. There are trailers near by, but they are not part of the RV Park and are not owned by the RV Park. The park has planted shrubs and other landscape to block the view of the trailers. The park is conveniently located. It is in a quiet neighborhood and we would be happy to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a no frills park. We were actually not even inside the park. We were in what seemed like a big gravel parking lot across from the office. It seems like it is run down but maybe nice in it's day. The couple there were very nice and helpful. We stayed just one night. Laundry room clean and convenient to our site. Seemed a little pricy for what you get. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The site was wide and hookups well placed. We were told wi-fi reception varies widely throughout the park, but ours was perfect even though we were in the back. But it's rough around the edges -- junky mobile homes and cars along one side really detract. If it were cheaper than $35 I'd give it a higher rating. Really friendly, helpful owner, and the location is perfect for both the rainforest and beach sections of the national park. I would stay here again -- positives outweigh the negatives. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location for visiting the different areas of Olympic NP. The owner was helpful and friendly and had some interesting displays in the office. She was quite knowledgeable about the area. The clutter and old vehicles adjoining the park were being removed during our stay. The RV Park property is well maintained. The older units noted in previous reviews are not part of the Park and should soon be gone. We stayed in the rear section of the Park and felt perfectly safe. There are no toilets or showers, so RVs must be self-contained. There is a large grocery store across the street from the Park. We would stay in this Park again if we return to the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for 10 days and found the park to meet our needs. We had a back-in site on gravel with satellite TV and good Wi-Fi. Shopping is across the road. Forks Visitor Center and Logging Museum 1/2 mile south has excellent mill and logging tour. Many Olympic National Park attractions within an hours drive including beaches. We found the town and the area to be very interesting and friendly. Owners friendly and park clean and neat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park for an overnight stay. We had a back-in on gravel. Wi-Fi was good and we had an open site for satellite dish. Road noise was moderate. We would use this for an overnight stop again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Site 38, $35. +6 The park is a narrow, single line of all grass sites perpendicular to the hwy, so it was quiet. -4 It is situated across a gravel road from a narrow strip of mobile homes in various states of disrepair, old cars, and occupancy, except for one nicer home in the middle of the strip -- Plus, sewer connections toward the back of the park are not threaded, and are too narrow for a “donut.” We had to use a cement block to keep the hose-end from jumping out of the sewer. We would try to find a better place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pull through sites on grass. Nice park with friendly owners. Cable TV is no longer available on this region of the Olympic coasts. The Cable company dropped this region. Stayed one night while in the area going around the Olympic forest. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Okay for short stay. Older park. People in office very nice. Back part of park has live-ins and looks pretty rough. There are pull throughs in the back, but felt much better in the front. Front part is backins and very large and wide. No more showers at this park. Some problem in the city with water. We have stayed here numerous times and would again traveling through. Used to have lots of beautiful flowers but didn't this time. Maybe our timing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very basic with full hook-ups. Back-in sites up front across from office. Pull-through near back of park: grassy with some gravel. Pull throughs were easy-in and easy-out. Staff helpful with pointing out area sights. No TV with antenna and they did not have cable. Our site was in need of mowing: grass/weeds grown up under picnic table. Upon entering the park, I noticed many old RVs/cars in disrepair. Several with tarps thrown over their roof. It was a little scary at first. Then I noticed that they were not occupied as far as I could tell. Many had "For Sale" signs on them. I don't believe they were a part of the park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here three nights while visiting Olympic N.P. It was a good location for exploring the west part of the park. Sites were level, grass, no shade, hookups new, Wi-Fi worked great and we were located in the back of the park. Very simple park, basically one rectangle with sites bisecting it. The lady running the park was very helpful. Only one drawback, located in the back two-thirds of the park was a line of extremely run down mobile homes, junk cars, broken down RV's etc (you get the picture). We almost checked out because of not feeling safe leaving our RV parked unattended while we were gone, or letting our two girls play outside. This is why it is rated a 5. A simple fence between that property and the park would have changed my ranking from a 5 to a 8 easily. Sadly we will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Local cable TV company for Forks, WA went bankrupt in June (according to campground website), so nobody in town has cable. WiFi is free, but seems to be usable only at sites near the office where the outside antenna is. Friendly, helpful staff. No discounts that I could find. Showers are no longer available. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older park with gravel backin sites up front and grassy pull through sites towards the back. No TV (either by cable or antenna). Good Wi-Fi. Back part of park has a business with lots of junk vehicles across from the sites. Somewhat off putting if you need to stay in that part of the park. We stayed in the front backins which were wide and easy to get into. Lady at the checkin was very helpful in pointing out the various attractions with Olympic Natl Park, beaches, etc., in the area. None of the parks along this west coast of the Olympic Peninsula are very new or fancy so this is about as good as it gets. We would stay here again as it is very centrally located in Forks and for the west side of the park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed in a very large gravel, back in site for 3 nights, very clean nice park. The park is across the street from a shopping center which was handy. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had read some recent uncomplimentary reviews but the campground looked satisfactory for our needs. It is close to popular beaches and the Hoh Rain Forest Visitor Center. Our reservation was accepted without requiring a deposit and we found the owner friendly, helpful, and accommodating. The campground was not busy and we were allowed to pick our own pull-through site, always a nice touch. Our questions about sightseeing were willingly answered along with additional information and photos to view of the areas we wanted to visit. The park has some mature trees but sites are not overshadowed. The campground is being remodeled and landscaped and there are new electric pedestals, water faucets and sewer connections throughout the park. Sites nearest the office are long, wide back-ins with level gravel. Pull-though sites are further down the access road and of varying length, mostly grass with a few on new gravel. There are several shorter back-ins with grass and picnic tables to the rear. The privately-owned adjoining properties are unattractive but the campground owner has planted shrubs to screen views of them. Wi-Fi Internet was very good but may be less so at sites distant from the office. Food, hardware and clothing shopping is available directly across the road and there are gas/diesel pumps in town along with restaurants, bars, and gift shops. We would use this campground again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The owner, was very helpful. The office is filled with his personal photos of the beauty in this area. Collections of shells, rocks, & fossils in glass display cabinets tell of an appreciation of his family time exploring. Central to shopping complex. Nice laundry facility. Quiet & Clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
In spite of some other reviews this park is very centrally located for touring, road noise is minimal. Sites are spacious. It does not have the amenities that many parks have, e.g., swimming pool, club house. The location is on the south side of town with a restaurant and grocery across the street. Owners are very friendly. Will stay again. Friendly for big rigs with easy back in or pull-throughs.Great place for short stays. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you stay at this campground, cable TV reception might be really bad, but don't complain about it because the owner gets very upset. Our site was an all gravel back-in at the front of the park, quite wide with room to park on the side. Nice plantings behind the sites. Quite a bit of road noise. As said, cable was crummy, Wi-Fi was pretty good. We might have rated this place higher, but we felt uncomfortable for our entire stay because of the unpleasant exchange with the owner on our first night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had reservations for three nights, with a $15 non-refundable deposit. Check-in was smooth; we chose a back-in site for $35. No site number was assigned but we were told we could take any of the back-ins or the pull-through sites at the far end. We chose a back-in. A block wall keeps trailers out of @ least six sites. The sites on north side are extremely close together. Our neighbor's sewer connection is literally six feet from our door; fortunately no one chose that site. The bathrooms are kept immaculately although they're not the best looking; we used them daily except in middle of night (use trailer's then). If we used it then I would not let wife go alone because of its location - it is sort of hidden from view. The campground is across from a fantastic shopping complex (grocery, hardware, outfitter) along Hwy 101; great bargains to be had including good produce. Lack of showers is a concern for those who require them. Would we stay here again? Perhaps. After all, for us it was just a place to be at night since there's so much to see and do in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
There are two sections. The back section has long pull-throughs on grassy sites. The front section has long level gravel back-ins. Restrooms are spartan; there are no showers. There are other, less expensive, campgrounds in the area, with showers, but they are hard to find because they don't publicize themselves very well. In the front section, the highway noise quiets down at about 10:30 PM. There is no shade. Free Wi-Fi worked very well. Weekly rates are not offered. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
On check in, we were charged $44 (including tax). Then the owner came in and said we should have been charged $50 a night because of our size and weight and we could only stay in a gravel back in site not on his grass. We later noticed the entry sign that stated $35. Since we had already paid we stayed in the park but felt we had been fleeced over the price. Neighbors complained about the "Nazi" management when told they would have to pay half a night's fee for staying an hour after check in. The park was not full. Other than the ridiculous pricing it's an OK park. We had a spacious back in that easily accommodated our 42' motorhome and car. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has signs posted on Hwy 101 $35 including site, Wi-Fi, full hookup. Upon check in, no back in available, so pull through for $40. The sites looked very nice, and looked like many back ins empty. We drove on to another park not liking the bait & switch routine. Campground is right in town of Forks. Neat & clean. We however will not be going there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pet friendly (??) Yes, but we were lectured on the phone about barking dogs for several minutes by the owners before the wife was allowed to make a reservation. When we arrived to check in we heard a second lecture before we were allowed to pay and drive back. But: after that it was a nice park, clean, had a nice area to take your dog in the back of the park. Sites had plenty of room. Good electricity and water pressure too. Nice town with shops to see and nearby sites to visit. I would certainly stay here again. I really liked this park. There were some long term residents, but we never heard them or saw them. A very quiet place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly and helpful staff. We stayed at the front of the rv park on a large back up site, with full hook-ups. They did have long pull-throughs at the back on grass opposite residents. The showers were closed when we stayed but we didn't have a problem with that. Sited opposite local supermarket and hardware store. You can walk to restaurants and town from the park. Quite near road but it didn't disturb us. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Check-in was very pleasant by the owners. We had a pull-through (in the rear) which had plenty of space from neighbor. There was nice firm grass to park on and no traffic noise. As stated, the road going back to the pull-throughs is shared by a run-down mobile home park. If you have a motorhome, your front window will be facing the park. It would have been nice if the park had been built to drive in from the opposite side. Then motorhomes could view the horses in the pasture. Regardless, we had a pleasant stay at this park. Also, they don't allow tent or car camping. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Super nice people running the park and the grassy sites in the back are quite large. Sites in the front a gravel parking lot type. The owner has shut down the showers when we were here. Very close to Olymipic Hoh/Beaches and Cape Flattery. The back grassy sites are across a small paved drive ( shared ) with a rather run down mobile home park. We didn't care as we were day tripping, but if you decided to sit, it sort of degraded the feel. We would stay here again to visit Olympic all things considered. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It was very nice, and clean. The owner is interesting to chat with and very helpful. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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We had a back in site near the front, very level, hookups in good working order. Since the cg was not full, the owner put us in every other space, very nice. We could not get the WiFi to work, even though we had a strong signal, not sure why, but our Verizon aircard worked. The owners were very helpful in providing maps and info on all the local sites. There are no showers available. There are restrooms and a laundry. We would return to this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here 3 nights because our daughter wanted to come to Forks due to "Twilight." The park is very nice and the owners were very helpful. They even gave our daughter a Twilight post card and map of everything "Twilight" in town. We stayed in a back in space about 1/2 way through the park. The sites were very large and the WiFi was strong. There is a wonderful store directly across the street that will have anything you would need. The park is in town and walking distance to all the "Twilight ust see" places. Also not far from the beaches of Olympic National Park and the rain forest. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I like this place. Pull-through sites are grassy and the back-ins are on clean gravel. Our back-in had a nice, grassy "yard" in back with trees and picnic table. Wi-Fi worked great. Owners are helpful and friendly. You can walk to the supermarket and a nice pizza place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a linear full-service park with back-in sites located in the front near the office, and a series of pull-throughs further back. The center road is paved and the well-spaced sites are gravel with grass between the pull-throughs. Most sites will accommodate big rigs. Stay further to the back to avoid highway noise from US-101. There are several horse farms to the north side. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is possibly the best full service (FHU, cable TV, and free Wi-Fi) RV park on the western side of the Olympic Penninsula. It is a well run, clean park with excellent facilities and mostly above average sites. I don't consider being next to a "trailer park" relevant to the park's rating. We stayed here about 10 years ago and it appears to be a much nicer park now. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great location to tour the west side of Olympic Natl Park and the beaches. Across the street (easy to cross) from a store that has it all: hardware, groceries, clothes, shoes, etc. Nice management who provides lots of information on things to do in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped in spot 4 which was all gravel and appeared to be one of the newer sites. There was a highway just a few feet away and a grocery store. I think it was a hang out for teens..cars with boom box's blaring. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The park is one street long with a very run down mobile home park on one side of the street that is not a part of the park. I would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As the name says, right on US Rt 101, across the road from a nice supermarket and hardware store. It was quiet as you camp way off the road. Everything worked. Desk people were very friendly. They said the wi-fi might not work a ways from the office, but it worked fine for me. Level grass sites. Restrooms were old but clean. The only drawback is that the RV park shares a road with a series of old trailers that were not part of the RV park. Nevertheless, they are a bit of an eyesore, though we had no contact with the residents and nothing would leave us to believe they’d be any problem at all. This was a stopover park for us and the only choice we found in Forks with full hook ups. If we were passing that way again, we’d stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good facility especially adequate for big rigs with wide pull-thoughts and clear satellite space. A few mobile home sites on the property while not especially adding to the ambiance were not an annoyance at all- kind of retro as were the horses along the opposite side. Laundry and pay-for showers were well maintained. Stay toward the back for the best dog walking and toward the front for the best WiFi reception. We were in the middle so both were fine. Occasionally WiFi got slow. Cable was good. The sites way up-front are narrow gravel back-ins. Ok for overnight but not as appealing as the grassy sites out back. Try to avoid these front sites. Directly across the street is a great little shopping complex for hardware, outdoor gear and groceries. There are also a number of good eateries in the downtown area. Forks is caught up in the current “Twilight” craze so I’d suggest reservations in that camping is limited in town. The owners were charming and accommodating. Dog policy is a little complex but fair. All in all and enjoyable place, and we would return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed in our 45 foot motorhome; so A+ for big rig friendly. The staff were super friendly and welcoming. Negatives: The place isn't much to look at. The spots are gravel, and very narrow. When we had neighbors, they were very close. Positives: Great (free) wifi; easy to get in and out; right across the street from the grocery store and a very good pizza/pasta restaurant.It is a good location for visiting the coastal areas of Olympic National Park. If we're ever in Forks again, we'd definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Basic RV park. No frills but well maintained. Owners are very friendly and have a good website of the surrounding tourist areas. On site laundry. Sites are grass with gravel roads. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Small park in a great location to see Olympic National Park and other sights in the Northwest. Nice grocery store and Ace Hardware right across Hwy. 101 along with a good Italian restaurant. About 15 gravel back-in sites are in the front (near the Hwy) and 15 long grass pull-thru sites in the back of the park along with the dog area. On-site owners are very helpful and friendly. WiFi signal was strong even in our pull-thru space in the back of the park. Cable TV has 40 clear channels, no problems. Our pull-thru site was over 60ft long and level. Laundry room was clean; washers and driers looked new and worked very well. Showers were still closed for the winter. The pull-thru sites face a collection of permanent mobile homes that are not part of the RV Park but use a common road so there is some traffic and noise but was not a problem. We had a great stay and would come again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very Good. About 20 sites on good gravel [back ins] and the rest long grass pull throughs. Very quite, excellent WiFi [at least near the office] Did not check further out. Suggest a person inspect the sites before committing to one. Some look at mobile homes of low income wage earners. Two sites [12+13] can't get DirecTV but others look ok. Across 101 from a super ACE/clothing/food store all in one. Good eating places all less than a quarter mile. On returning on that route it would be my choice again. Laundry room clean and host above average. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park makes for a great base camp from which to see various parts of Olympic National Park. The restrooms are spotless. A quarter buys you 5 minutes worth of shower. The laundry room was immaculate--$1.75 dries a whole load of clothes. There is a small basketball court next to the office. The owner even backed our trailer in for us, right next to the beautiful garden plantings. If you are traveling with dogs, call ahead. They are pretty strict about dogs, which breeds, how big, and how many. Also, no tents or pop-ups allowed. There was a collection of permanent mobile homes in the back of the park--there was quite a bit of coming and going twice a day, but otherwise not a problem. And our cable hookup was really terrible--all we could get was snowy CNN. Yes, it's right on the main drag and is directly across the street from the Thriftway/Ace Hardware & a good pizza place--frankly, I thought this was a plus! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
These sites were large, grass pullthru with plenty of room between. The area next to the campground which you faced front the front of your RV was questionable but really shouldn't affect your stay. The WiFi did not work unless you were parked in a gravel site directly across from the office. The dog run was at the end of the campground and sat slightly uphill. It was large and well maintained and grassy. We found a wonderful dog daycare in the area called Rompin Room. We ended up staying two extra days because it was an easy trip to see a lot of the different areas in the Olympic National Park and the dogie daycare made it easy to explore the park without worrying about our dogs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners are nice. The sites are a bit strange. In the back portion of the park you face permanent trailers and all there stuff. We stayed in the front portion of the park and it was very bright at night from the stores across the street and yes it is right off the main street, very loud from truck and racing local car owners. Would not stay here again. Loved the local sights. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed at this park maybe three times and it works well. The people are very nice and helpful. We have always stayed in the front area of the park. It appears some are permanent living in the back, but didn't seem to be a problem. The flowers are refreshing and even tho we were first space next to highway the noise was not a problem. The restrooms and showers were old, but clean. I would have rather paid an extra dollar a night and not have to pay for shower. And a mirror or sink would have been nice in the shower area, but other than that we will be back and stay any time in the area. . We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is another favorable review. Sites near the front are gravel back-ins, those in the back are wide, grassy, level pull-throughs. Owners are friendly and helpful. We were told that Wi-Fi is best near the office, variable in the back. We were in the back, able to connect; our neighbor was not able to connect. A Good Sam park. The unsightly run-down permanent sites along the side were not a problem. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The nightly rate we paid was based on staying a week. This is a very well cared for RV Park. Close to Highway 101. Surprisingly, it was quiet. We appreciated the lovely landscaping, all the local travel information provided by the office, and enforcement of rules pertaining to pets in the RV park. The Wifi was fast, and reliable. We would highly recommend this park, and will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We left a loud (road noise) RV park on Hwy 101 in Port Angeles and were concerned that we might encounter the same situation here. No such problem. 101 is a much slower and less traveled road in Forks and we took spot 46 in the rear of the park, well away from the Highway. All the spots towards the rear are pull throughs with plenty of swing room and no obstructions. Sites are very generously wide; room for awning and another rig between each spot. Even in the rear of the park, we had good, fast access to WiFi. Good access to Olympic Natl Park (Hoh Rainforest, Sol Duc Hot Springs, and Rialto beach are all easy drives.) The owner/operators were very frendly and helpful. There is a relatively large book exchange. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I concur with other recent reviews. A delightful park with great management. We were in spot 30 which is quite a ways back towards the back of the park. Wifi worked most of the time (even when it did not, the signal was strong but I couldn't get any thruput) - when it didn't I could hook up to the motel next door. Road in front was not an issue. Real nice to have a market across the street. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The owners were very friendly and helpful here. The campground has beautiful flower gardens and is right across the street from a little shopping mall that has a Ace hardware store, clothing store and grocery store. There is even a concrete area with basketball hoops. Wi-Fi is free and is quite good but is probably only available in the section nearest the office. The park runs in a strip with easy access for big rigs. All sites are level with the ones near the office being gravel and the ones further back grassed. The only drawback is that on the other side of the the street are older, run down mobile homes (area is not owned by this park) but we didn't notice any issues. There is some traffic noise from Hwy. 101 but the traffic thins at night. This park is about 12 miles from Rialto Beach which is just gorgeous! A definite must see. As a note keep an eye out for the sign as our gps (Garmin 330) had the wrong coordinates and put us about 1 1/2 blocks away. We were a bit concerned from earlier reviews but glad we picked this one. We enjoyed our stay and would stop here again when traveling this way. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very clean park with super nice owners. The earlier reports about the road through the park are no big deal. It's no different than any park on a small residential street. We didn't have any problems with road noise. The wi-fi is excellent and cable is included with the price. It's very convenient to many sights and there's a great store across the street with anything you could want in it--a combo grocery, clothing, and hardware/sporting goods store. The owners have it nicely landscaped. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good Wifi and cable hook up in office. Nice landscaping and level sites. Owners have done nice job with bad situation. They do not own land across the street and lots of local traffic right thru the middle of the campground. Not the best security situation. Some road noise in sites next to highway 101. Even with this drawback, it is best park in area. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly owners. Clean and handy on an off highway. Some long termers that speed thru the campground. Grocery store across the street. Near Olympia National Park and coast. We camped here in a Motorhome.
So, here’s the skinny. We stayed here for four days in Aug. We had made reservations for a full hookup site, but upon arrival was told there were none available due to septic tank issues. We were informed that we could however use their shower and toilet facility. We had dumped that day so not have a sewer hookup was not an issue. We were told to take any available site and settled on site 13. One of only two in a small back area. It was peaceful, quiet and very close to the Hoh Rain Forest which was why we were there. Most of the sites were right behind the store and closer to the road, which is dead when the park is closed. Later during our stay the owner told us they had just made a considerable investment in the shower and toilet facility, however that had over stressed the septic system and that they would no longer be offering full hookups. We spoke for quite a while and it is clear they are trying to make a go of a difficult situation. I told them they should update their website to reflect the lack of full hookups as well as correct the price, which was $25.00/night water and electric. Bottom line. We liked the place for its location and secluded location. They also had a large field behind the shower were the dogs could play Frisbee. We will be back, I just will know what to expect. As a side note. My Verizon smart phone worked great. The AT&T iPad was pretty useless. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rather rustic campground with the basic hookups. (Sewer is only available if you stay two or more nights.) But it's a good jumping off point for a visit to the Hoh visitor's center if you need water/electric which isn't offered in the NP campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Here is the short list that kept this RV park rating at 9 instead of 10. 1. I had to wait about 5 minutes to "check-in" since there was only one worker. 2. The first morning I had to wait 5 minutes for the single bathroom because I did not know there is a toilet in the shower room and did not have the access code either. That’s it. In other words this is a great place although as far removed from every other RV park I have ever visited as you can imagine. This place is low-key. I mean really low-key. The employees do not stay on-site at all times, so they told us to just check in with them in the morning. One piece of advice, if you are going to do the same, ask for the shower access code. Then if you need to use the bathroom and it is occupied, you can use the one in the shower room. By the way, both the bathroom and shower are brand new. Actually almost brand new as they are still in work. Nice, tile floors and walls, and totally clean. The big item missing is anywhere to hang something in the shower area. I had to use door knobs, hinges, and the sink plumbing. Back to the low-key check in. All they asked is how many nights I was staying and if I wanted to use the sewer hookup ($30 with, $25 without). No license plate, no phone number, no address needed. They did not even ask for an email address! The setting is beautiful, just over 5 miles up Hoh River Road from highway 101. Even though you are right near the road, it is quiet all night. We were in spot 11 that was very easy to back into, and I am no expert. The other spots looked equally easy to get into. The park was only half full on a sunny July weekend so this place can still be considered as undiscovered. We saw a solo Roosevelt Elk doe one evening and thought ourselves lucky. But then at 8:30 on Monday morning I spotted an Elk in the field just across the road from the RV park, and then I noticed there were some more and more and more, about 40 in all, with several males and several young calves galloping around having a good time. They noticed me watching but stayed put until a Harley came chugging up the road. Then they all took off running that was fun to watch as well but I wished the Harley had waited a while longer before riding by. This place is definitely on our list for a return stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park has a new septic system, so previous reviews about the sewer are now old news. This campground is all about location, and their spot on the entrance to the Hoh rain forest is primo. We booked via phone after seeing their $19/nt rate on their website. When we arrived, we saw that the rates were $20/tent $25/WE $30/full hookup. I mentioned this to the girl behind the counter, and she apologized but said that they raised their rates after spending $20k on a new septic system. After I told her that she needed to update their website, she gave us the $19/nt rate from the website. Spots are back in, but easy enough to get into. Spot #10 was very level, the others look level also. Easy to pull in from road, but very poorly marked as to which driveway to pull in. Little café and store is nice. Water pressure is good. Each site has a picnic table and a small fire pit. While we were checking in, the gentleman working there started yelling at the girl behind the counter (assuming husband/wife) that they don't do full hookups for single night stays, only water/electric. He then went into a long diatribe about how overnighters save their waste and just use them as a dumping ground and put baby diapers all kinds of other nonsense into their septic. I'm assuming he's just smarting from the cost of the new septic system, but a very poor customer experience regardless. We didn't need to dump so we could care less, but be warned if you're an overnighter that you may not be able to get full hookups. The guy was pretty rude, and obviously not aware that customer service is key in this industry. We would not stay here again simply because of the gruff owner, however your mileage may vary if you are lucky enough to only deal with the girl behind the counter. We stayed here at peak time (July 13), and there were only 2 other RVs here. Not good if you're a campground owner, I think that the poor reviews here are not helping them out any. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Made reservations 8 months in advance and was told that camp sites had full hook-ups including sewer. After arrival we assessed the sites and noticed that there were no sewer hook-ups at any of the sites. When speaking to the owner we were informed that he shut down the sewer hook-ups because "campers" were making a mess, and he had no intention of re-opening the hook-ups. We then asked if there were shower facilities available and again the answer was no. Since we had five people in our RV, with no sewer and no shower facilities, we chose not to stay. The location was perfect for us, but unfortunately we did not find the owner friendly or accommodating, so we had to find another campground in the area. We would not recommend this campground to those who really need full hook-ups. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were disappointed in this RV camp based on previous reviews. Staff were friendly but the sites are not well maintained. Long grass and weeds lead to bees and bugs. We could not get the cap of the sewer connection and had to dump at our next stop. Aircard did work for computer. Close to rain forest a definite plus. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great little place, right next to the Hoh Rain Forest -- wonderful location. Very quiet. Lots of wildlife -- deer and elk. The bathrooms are kind of funky (otherwise this would be a 9 or a 10). There is absolutely nothing to do out here at night (which is why we like it). The people who run the cafe and RV park are very helpful, and the food at the restaurant is excellent. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Didn't stay this time, but walked through the campground. Some of the park literature needs to be updated because this campground would accommodate rigs much larger than the length stated in some of the brochures. There are both back-in and pull-thru sites with some right along the river. There were many sites that would have been fine for our 31' rig and tow without unhooking. Hate the drive into the park, but the campground is beautiful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean,quiet, safe and secure. I wish we had discovered them before we spent our money in La Push. Family owned and operated means pride of ownership and a commitment to customer satisfaction. If you want to fish the local rivers, this is the place to stay! The owner also owns a guide service. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
No showers or flush toilets, only 1 porta potty in a plain field of dirt and gravel with trees around the outside. It has fire pits and picnic tables. Much more attractive places nearby. Caters to fishermen. Owners very nice and into fishing. I was misled by the high rating. I prefer more facilities and beautiful surroundings. I did not go to fish. Too far to walk anywhere except for the resort across the road. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This new campground is directly across the street from Three Rivers Resort on the LaPush Rd. Very nice owners are building as they can. At this time there are 8 w/e sites & 4 full hookups. All are back in. Would highly recommend for self-contained rigs. Eventually will be great for tent camping when the restrooms are built. Sites are level gravel & very large. There are as yet no playground equipment, but they are children friendly. Owner is a fishing guide & many RV'ers come to fish. Fish cleaning station available. It is a short drive to LaPush & Rialto beaches. Both beaches are covered in huge piles of trees & stacks offshore. Rialto was the cleaner, less crowded in the evening. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We called ahead for a full hook up site for 40' RV. Upon arrival were shown a parking space up by the crowded office, next to bathroom. Our power pole was almost under the awning of the small trailer in the other of 2 full hook up sites in this park. No space for 40' & 4 slides plus a toad. We left. The park is very busy, looked nice for smaller rigs. Lots of trees, lots of people at the store/office. Nice location on road to LaPush. We camped here in a Motorhome.