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17 RV Parks near Forks, Washington
Sep 2015 - $9.00
Pretty typical forest campground - lots of trees. Our site was great, though, as the Sol Duc River ran right next to it. It was gorgeous! There aren't a lot of sites that will hold a rig our size (32 foot fifth wheel), so be careful if you go in here. The first loop you come to is rather tight and maneuvering could be difficult in a large rig. The second loop is much better and the larger sites tend to be on this loop. We did not have cell (AT&T), data service (Verizon), or Dish TV here. We did have radio, so that was a plus. - Bobbi1948
Aug 2017 - $35.00
This is a campground tucked into the forest along the bogachiel river. It is heavily treed with a winding dirt road throughout the park. There is a 35ft suggested limit on RVs but we took our 40-foot motorhome and toad in to look around. After we got through a tight turn near the entrance we were pleasantly surprised to find several spots that would accommodate us. Some campsites were easy pull-offs right beside the road like #14 where we stayed. A few sites are power/water and there is a dump station at the entrance. Because of the trees there might be only one or two spots where you can get satellite. There is some road noise in the park but it is not too bad. Sprint was spotty at best. Bathrooms were spotless showers were coin operated. Campground is well-kept and park staff is very friendly. - Road Train
Aug 2014 - $39.00
$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. - DD Rolling Ranch
Oct 2013 - $28.00
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. - pumper9x9
Sep 2018 - $45.00
We spent 10 days at Riverview, which served as a convenient base from which we toured the northwest Washington coast and western Olympic National Park. The owners are very professional. They have invested a lot in making this a modern top tier RV park. The shower house and small laundry are newly constructed. It is well designed for any RV, from popups to diesel pushers. In my opinion, Riverview is the best campground in the Forks area. - Ray Czaplewski
Aug 2018 - $53.00
We really enjoyed this park. We had a "premium" back-in site and it was perfect for us. Park was easy to find, easy to navigate, and an all round good place to stay for our purpose of touring the area. Satellite hooked up, good Verizon signal and the wifi was adequate. Owners were very nice and helpful. We will most definitely stay here again on our next trip the the PNW! - SHIPM8
Jul 2018 - $44.00
We were given a space in the OVERFLOW area. The site was secluded away from the main campground, with partial hookup (no sewer) or cable. Very quiet area among the tall trees, and the satellite reception was poor. Utilities were good, except water connection was in a box below ground and the 30 amp connection was almost ground level. Road and site were gravel and almost level. It was a short hike uphill to the showers. Nice staff, who guided us to the site. No other interaction with staff. Clean shower and restroom. About 6 miles outside of Forks. - SD75mac
Sep 2018 - $24.00
Love this little rv park and restaurant! Very family friendly and the costumer service is outstanding! Be sure when making a reservation to tell them the size of you rig so they can get you in a adequate spot. I suggest taking a 1/2 hook-up spot in the back vs the 2 full hook-ups right up front, much better with a fire pit and closer to the playground if you have kiddos! Overall really enjoyed our stay and will be back for sure! - Theresa Soha
Jul 2017 - $30.00
My site looked more like a parking lot with hookups, close to the gas station on paved strip very close to the next site. - summerdude
Jul 2016 - $24.00
Stayed 7 nights over 4th of July. Great little campground. Not huge but clean, safe and a friendly staff. Most surrounding campgrounds are barren like a Walmart parking lot but 3 rivers is set in a beautiful stand of trees. Gorgeous! I had no trouble getting my 24' travel trailer into a spot and I saw bigger rigs. Met several families that come back every year. That tells you something. A solid do-over for us. - sdmick1
Aug 2018 - $20.00
The rate above reflects a monthly rate of $600 a month. The spaces are large in comparison to other parks. I could have stayed connected and still had a nice little green area behind my camper. Plenty of room to put the awning out. It's a nice, deep park, with wild blackberries everywhere for breakfast in the morning. Wifi was spotty and slow, and only available in the first few spaces near the office. The laundry was pretty clean and all the machines worked. Only $1.75 a load! It's super dog-friendly--just pick up your dog's poop! The new owner is super helpful and very no-nonsense. I liked her immediately. She's making some changes, but still needs a few things like fire pits and picnic benches for every site, and sewer caps for every drain. But she's working on it. She's also very responsive. I had an electrical issue when I first plugged in, and she had someone on it that same day. It was fixed by evening. - Happy Cynic
Aug 2018 - $42.00
In spite of some negative factors, we have stayed here 4 years in a row. I think it is still the best park to use to be fairly close to the west side of Olympic NP. The $2 charge for Wi-Fi is new and we were able to connect long enough for our minimal (e-mail and web surfing) needs. As usual, we had a fairly tight, back in, FHU site across from the office in the front section of the park. Since most of these sites are satellite friendly, we always stay in these sites because there is no cable TV. Although, there are some sites that are not good for satellite TV, the pull through sites in the back of the park appear satellite friendly. Since the showers were pay showers in the past, we did not bother with them. The park has no recreational amenities and I saw no recycling. - Jerry S
Jul 2018 - $28.00
This is a nice RV park right across the street from the grocery store in Forks. We used it as a base for exploring Olympic NP (Hoh, Quinault, beaches) and it was a great location. We were given the option of a spot up front (a little more crowded but decent wifi) or in the back (more space but no wifi). We chose the front area - right across from office, laundry and bathroom. Spaces were a little tight, but not too bad and worth it for us to be able to have wifi. There is definitely more space and grass in the back - the trade off is the wifi doesn't reach that far. Everything was great. We would definitely stay here again. - wanderfilledlife
Aug 2017 - $21.00
This park is the closest to the Hoh Rainforest entrance that has any type of services. The park basically is the outer perimeter of the restaurant lot. The sites are fairly uneven but usable. The sites on either side of ours would be difficult for almost any trailer to park due to ruts and uneven surfaces. The park sits on the main road so traffic during the day is heavy but it becomes very quiet in the evening. We had 30 amp service which seemed to work fine. The water spigot had been leaking for some time so the whole back portion of the site was marshy. We had no OTA television and Verizon was very limited. Across the road was a small dirt road / Trail that worked well to walk the dogs. The ranger entrance station to the National Park was about 6 miles. Our unit is 39 feet. - bbmidwife
Oct 2015 - $25.00
This time of year the Park Service tends to close the Hoh CG due to the Elk rutting season. So if you're looking to spend some time in the Hoh Rain Forest and don't want to spend a lot of time commuting from camping 15-20 miles away this place is perfect. First off, it's kind of small, only has 30 amp power, water, and no sewer or dump station. They have a small store/cafe with some reasonable prices for meals but they have some very relaxed hours. We had 3G internet access through Verizon MiFi. They have no cable or WiFi available. The site was level and reasonably well drained and open so I think satellite TV would work OK. They do have several sites that need to have the trees trimmed back and maybe have some more gravel put down. There was no problem maneuvering around or parking our rigs, and a 45' coach would fit with no problem. If you absolutely need to dump your tanks the dump station in the park was still open even with the campground being closed. - pumper9x9
Aug 2014 - $30.00
This park is all about location. It's close to the Hoh entrance to Olympic NP, but you have to drive a fairly narrow steep road to get there. Roads and sites were muddy even though it was dry season. Sewer connections had clearly overflowed and were no longer available. Restrooms seemed clean but were soaking wet and unappealing. There's no place to buy even simple groceries. We stayed till there were sites available in the national park and were very happy to move on to no services but a much nicer ambiance. - ghopgd
Sep 2017 - $10.00
Fall camping at the Hoh is awesome. The road in is 18 miles of twists and turns and one place has a washout, so drive safely and don't be in a hurry. Loop A is where you will find the most sun and Loop B, lots of shade and trees. (Loop A bathroom was closed due to needing repairs) Didn't check out Loop C. This is an older campground so sites are not built for long RVs and while we saw folks trying to squeeze into them, would suggest if your rig is over 34' that you come in and spend the day and then camp elsewhere. There is RV parking at the visitors center. BTW, if it sounds like someone is throwing rocks at your rig, its just the wind knocking the pine cones off the trees. I went looking for a fight after about the 3rd "rock" had hit us, and when I saw it was nothing more than pine cones, I had to laugh at myself. The little squirrels will quickly clean them up for you after giving you the what for. Very quiet otherwise. - Desertthorn
Jul 2017 - $10.00
June 28,29 - Hoh Campground in the Hoh Rainforest, Olympic National Park, 88 sites, $10 with Golden Age Pass, bathhouse and water available, Bathhouse A is closed until redone. First Come. The dump station was closed. Site A25 a pull through right on the river, Great site, First Come and Self Registration. We arrived around 10am and snagged one of the best sites in the park. It was a pull through but close to the road. There are three loops here A, B and C. A and C have some sites overlooking the river. The very nice Hosts were located in loop B. Drive in and pick a site and leave something in the site. You have 30 minutes to register for your site and don't delay. The Rainforest Visitor Center and trails are a short walk away. Ranger walks, talks and night programs. Make sure you walk the Mosses Trail and take the off shoot to see the Maple Grove. Stunning! The second day we were there hiking the Spruce Trail, there was a bear and two cubs up in the tree about five feet from us. A few other hikers were there taking pictures. The mother bear was stripping the bark off while the cubs were running up and down the tree. Ten minutes later a ranger came and moved everyone along and tried to scare the bear to move. It seems that the day before they were close to another trail. Really enjoyed our stay here with the Elk, Cougars, Bears, Mountain Sheep and the baby Salmon in the river swimming around. Great stay! - gsnakehill
Sep 2015 - $10.00
I like the system used for determining if a spot is occupied, provided the occupant puts his card in the right slot. We found an empty spot (80), parked our 31' trailer in there. Someone had put their card for spot 88 in spot 80 slot. Camp host said we'd have to move. Moved to spot 39, had hard time leveling because the pea gravel kept sliding my leveling boards. Camp host was very helpful. Typical NPS park. Lots of shade and quiet.
Paved roads on all the loops. Some spots were near the river but you had to get their early to get them. First come first served campground. - Jim Lee
Oct 2015 - $10.00
This is a very nice Park Service campground. In this case, small sites nicely spread out in a beautiful old-growth forest, with no utilities at the sites. Most spots are suitable for tents, campers, and tiny trailers. Paved narrow, twisty roads and few sites for large trailers. Very quiet and close to Rialto Beach, one of the best wilderness beaches in the 48 states. Surprisingly good cell service. Fill your water tank at the dump station on your way in. - Doug Atterbury
Oct 2007 - $16.00
Great campground among the trees, very large trees. Site was a little tight for a 34' motorhome, but manageable. You would have to be lucky to find one for a large rig and may take some time getting it in place. The place was a ghost town this late in the year and it was fantastic. Only one loop open so the closed loops made a great walking trail. Rialto Beach is nearby and was worth seeing as it was a sunny morning after a large storm with high surf crashing on the beach. I would recommend this campground. - InVogue
Mar 2007 - $12.00
National Park Service, located near end of road. Shady campground next to river and close to ocean. We especially enjoyed hikes on the beach and the northwest coast scenery. Typical of NPS, some parking spaces are tight. - aurora
Jul 2018 - $45.00
Such a beautiful place to stay! A bit overcrowded as the sites are set pretty close together with no real extra space. Park personnel was very nice. We came in late so in the morning we had to check in, however, they did not give us the necessary tag to hang on our rearview mirror. A nice park personnel let me know it was missing and after showing that I had checked in he went up to get my tag for me! Very kind! - Sandilo
Jul 2017 - $40.00
Quileute Lonesome Creek is part of the Quileute Oceanside Resort (separate listing) which also includes nice cabins to rent.
Check in was easy but need they a sign to get back to the campground. (Turn after the store. Not before) Roads and parking pads are gravel. We had a back in site right on the beach. Enough room between sites to extend our awning if we had wanted but decided to keep it in as the ocean wind kept coming and going.
Small store and espresso stand available for goodies.
We did not use the restrooms or showers. Although clean, they reminded me of very small holding cells. Several clean and maintained sani-cans were also provided around the park.
Beach fires allowed for a small permit fee. We decided to visit other folks fires and chat with them instead.
We enjoyed this location very much. - ForestWalker
Jul 2017 - $40.00
July 5,6 Quileute Oceanside Resort and RV Parks, LaPush, Washington Lonesome Creek Store and RV Park, $40, full hookups, 66 sites, site 27 backin This resort is on land owned by the Quileute Tribe (Jacob in the Twilight Saga lived here) with two RV Parks, cabins, motel and grocery store. There are some tent sites behind the RV sites and all sites have a picnic table and firepit. Our site was facing First Beach where Bella in the Twilight Series took walks on and dived off the cliffs. One can walk along the beach and see some Bald Eagles up on the cliff. Surfers like this beach. Second and Third Beach are within hiking or driving distance. This campground is located about 30 minutes west of Forks. We stayed here two nights right after the July 4 weekend so some sites needed to be cleaned up. The showers are at the Grocery Store and we did not use them. The checkin was easy and the girls there were very nice. Our first night the park was almost full but then many moved out on July 6 but then it filled up again that night. Good stay but everyone seems to come alive with fireworks after 10pm. Many pets not happy! Interesting resort! - gsnakehill
Sep 2018 - $45.00
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites have little privacy or landscaping, but most have views of the beach and the wonderful sunsets which more than makes up for that. The sites are mostly level and all of the hookups worked fine. We especially liked having a garbage can at every site hidden in an enclosure. There was a large grassy area nearby where the dog could run off leash and no one seemed to mind. It was very quiet at night. We would definitely stay here again. - Airhead
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Nice park near ocean. No cable or tv. Many beaches close. My only complaint was that they allowed fireworks to be used after 11:00 PM Loud fireworks scared my grandson and dog. - averybound
Jul 2018 - $45.00
Wonderful sandy beach (1st beach) with impressive drift wood and lots of offshore rocks. Staff was very friendly/helpful. Large interior roads made maneuvering a 45' motor-home easy. Our site was looking out over the school grounds towards James Island and just steps away from the beach. - gsholz