27 RV Parks near Port Angeles, Washington
Apr 2016 - $12.00
Very good place to stay. Owner gave me a deal due to extenuating circumstances. Stayed in a tent without any problems. Place is clean. 3 bathrooms with showers. Electric available. Only had two issues. First was their WiFi was not that great. They should look into increasing their available speeds to accommodate more people as their Internet is very slow and at times, un-connectable. Second issue was the fact of no campfires. That makes it difficult to eat when you are in a tent with no other way to cook food. Other than that, I would Highly recommend this RV Park. - Diago
May 2015 - $31.00
There was not much at this park. No (open) restroom, no shower, no internet, nothing. The sites were gravel and sunny and very close together. There was a picnic table. The park was not very clean. - grizmo_1
Sep 2014 - $28.00
Great location for exploring Olympic National Park. Close to Safeway for groceries and gas. Expanded cable TV. No restrooms. Utilities in back of site. Do not stay in site #8; it is next to storage shed and we were unable to extend our awning. - bspe
Jul 2014 - $50.00
Made the reservation over the phone, Spent 2 nights. Beautiful lake view as you drive in. Campsites very close together. When I backed in, my door opened onto the tent in the site next door. My table was on the other side of the RV. The tent campers were horrified I might stay and I have just a little rig. They did accommodate my request to move and I noticed they did not have any other takers on the spot while I was there. I was not very impressed. Food in the deli expensive and not that good. I was quite impressed when my server started up the vacuum cleaner right after she delivered my meal. No, I will not be going back there. - WA Morning Girl
Jun 2013 - $50.00
Lake Crescent is stunningly beautiful and so it's worth the time to stay right on its shore when visiting. This resort was a little shabby, but nice enough to recommend because of the lake. I couldn't, for the life of me, figure out how to make reservations from their web site (it only seems to want you to reserve a room), but I knew we were off-season so I just went by when we got there and took my chances. The clerk seemed confused that I didn't have a reservation, but eventually worked it out, and then was somewhat restrictive about what sites she would put me in. That all took on a new complexion later in the afternoon, and seemed a bit silly, when we realized that we were literally the only RV guests in the entire place. Still, that's just an oddity and not really a problem. The site we did get had a view of the lake and it really was beautiful. There is a restaurant there, that we didn't use but that looked nice, and you can rent boats, kayaks or canoes to paddle on the lake (you should--it is the clearest lake you will ever see). While sitting at the edge of the lake, an otter swam up and munched on a crawfish right in front of us, so that was a real treat. The sites are your typical parking lot with about a foot of grass between each. The utilities all worked fine. It was lovely with no one else there, but will probably feel pretty crowded once full. All in all, if you can figure out how to make a reservation (which I'm sure you'll need once the season starts), this is well worth the visit. - User3072
Jul 2009 - $46.00
I made a campground reservation for the fourth of July weekend for a Truck with a Camper and a Ford Explorer with a tent. When I showed up for the reservation, they did not honor the reservation that was taken, and I was forced to find other accommodations on Thursday July 2. In addition, one of the employees at the resort was extremely snotty and unpleasant. I would not recommend this place to anyone!!! - StanleyB
May 2011 - $50.00
This is for an extended stay and I was working in Port Angeles for a few months on a construction job, so it worked out perfect for me to pull my rig in. It was clean, comfortable, safe and had all the hookups I expected. - Travelling Stu
Sep 2016 - $59.00
While there were sites set in among trees, the bulk of the RV sites were close together and out in the open. There was a stellar view of the Olympia Mountains from that siting, however. The number of rest rooms was barely adequate at times and the stalls were quite narrow. The park store was very well stocked and had acceptably convenient hours. Both the swimming pool and spa were in good condition and pleasant to use. There is a robust kid and pet friendly atmosphere, here with dog walks, a playground, tetherball set-up outside, air hockey, ping pong and pool in the club room. There were group cook out facilities and eating areas. The nightly rate was somewhat more than we had paid anywhere else along our route. - Bill Ballou
Aug 2016 - $30.00
We love staying at KOAs. They always have nice stores. This one sells Happy Camper wine.
The bathrooms were tile, logs and wood beams, mirrors and silk flowers. Really nice bathrooms!
The sites were a little tired and old, narrow and not so level. No 50AMP at the park. We used an adaptor. The grass is all brown because no rain and we couldn't use a charcoal grill. The view all around of the snowy mountains was really pretty.
Because it's close to the highway, it is noisy in the early morning hours. Don't try to sleep in! - Linda dlm
Aug 2016 - $45.00
This is just your typical KOA. The infrastructure was acceptable. All roads are gravel or dirt. Swimming pool and spa were well kept. Mini-golf had been removed. Wi-fi was acceptable. - hoppers4
Sep 2016 - $40.00
Several miles west of Port Angeles, but a nice location (with a great view) to use as a base while visiting the northern Olympic Peninsula. - grandflic
Sep 2016 - $28.00
Incredibly beautiful setting. Great views of San Juan de Fuca, 5 stairways to tidal pools, short hiking trails, whale watching. The Rangers were friendly and helpful. This is one of the best places we have ever stayed at. - Colorado gal
Jun 2016 - $28.00
RV sites are very close together. The sites facing the Straits of Juan de Fuca are on three tiers. The lower tier (first come, first serve) have the best view, the middle tier view is blocked by the lower tier, and the upper tier has a good view. There's plenty of places to walk around the park. They also have a very nice playground with modern equipment for the kids. Our Verizon router was spotty but we did end up with a fair internet connection. Our AT&T cell phones had no service. Our fire ring was underneath the corner of our rig so was unusable. We barely had room for our 32' MH and toad but we made it fit. - hoppers4
Sep 2016 - $37.00
We read the earlier reviews, and in spite of some negative comments, decided to stay because of the proximity to the National Park and Forest; and are happy we stayed here.
We had a back-in site, with adequate WiFi connection; the laundry had two tables for folding clothes.
Although their was noticeable noise from 101, it was not so loud as to disrupt our activities (including sleeping)!!
Note: the general store and campground is still for sale!! - 2007Seabreeze
Sep 2016 - $42.00
Ok RV park, the sites are kind of short. Our 36' motorhome just fit, I don't think anything longer would fit here. Wifi is terrible, but that seems to be the case in most RV parks. No cable and satellite is sketchy, we got it but the friends we were traveling with did not. - karenwerf
Aug 2015 - $37.00
Sites are terraced on a forest hillside. The sites are quite short and narrow with very little parking space for a car. Full hookup sites, but only 30 amp available. WiFi is weak and trees blocked satellite reception. Good Verizon cell and MiFi reception. There is daytime road noise, but it is much quieter at night. Only two washers and two dryers in the laundry and no folding table. - Dave51
Aug 2015 - $10.00
First off, you need to know that there are two campgrounds that go by the same name. This review is for the Olympic National Park campground called "Sol Duc Campground". The other campground which is also sometimes called "Sol Duc Campground" is actually owned and operated by the Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort and it is, as the previous reviewer writes, basically just a gravel parking lot with hook-ups. The NPS campground is an entirely different facility!
The NPS campground lies along the Sol Duc River in lush old growth rain forest. There are two loops with a total of 82 sites. The roads through the campground are very narrow with tight curves. Although there are some nice large pull-through sites, this campground will appeal mostly to those with smaller rigs, camper vans, truck campers, or tents.
Come prepared for rain! - BruceandKathyWA
Aug 2015 - $28.00
RV sites unlevel. Last day no water. Permanent residents questionable. Golf course a joke. Worried about our safety. - larpen175
Jul 2015 - $20.00
This park is difficult to rate. Many spots are full-timers who live in really run down travel trailers, and a couple have junk piled around them. There are several park model-type homes as well, some new, some old. There are also several full-timers who take very good care of their space by mowing their lawns and planting flowers and vegetables. The camp host works day and night. He and his wife are very friendly and offered to take us into town with them when they went grocery shopping since we didn't have a tow vehicle. There's only one washer and dryer, but the room is kept tidy. Our spacious spot was on grass and not level at all made worse when someone drove through it while the ground was wet and left deep ruts. Each site had a picnic table and fire ring. The electric must have been updated as there was a nest of wires covered with a bucket next to the circuit breaker. This park has a very casual policy regarding dogs being off leash and not being picked up after, but most people lived by the rules. Most of the residents were very friendly, but there were a few that had some heavy traffic in and out which could be suspect. Also, being near the highway could be noisy at times. There were several large mature trees, but not at our site. There is a large, beautiful grassy area for the tent campers separate from the RV area. There's also a 9-hole golf course behind the RV park that's decent and golf carts and clubs are available. Everyone obeyed the 5 mile-an-hour rule up and down the rock and dirt road so no dust was really ever kick up. We would come back if we were on a tight budget or no other parks in the area were available. GPS and signage got us right to the park. - J rys
Jun 2015 - $24.00
We were so thrilled to have found this park. Although a bit out of town (15-20 min), it turned out to be a perfect location for us to cruise around the area from. There are several full timers which you see when you first enter the park which I was skeptical about when we arrived, but when we pulled around to the pull through lots, it is perfect. RV park hosts great. They are so welcoming and friendly. We are pulling a trailer behind our motorhome and we were assisted with his truck to park it next to us. While we were there, we went to Victoria Island on the ferry for three days and felt very comfortable with leaving everything behind. Although we thought we would only stay a few days, we stayed ten days. Beautiful golf course here too and only $10 to play all day. Very accommodating for all our needs. Laundry room only has one washer and one dryer and is a bit dated, but only $1.00 per load and things came out clean. Our lot had a fire pit and picnic table too...and Wi-Fi is included. The weekly rate breaks down to $20 per day. Lots of tents sites available, too. This is a gem and not to be confused with the recreation park across the street. We looked there...too many people packed in. - Ollie49
Sep 2014 - $37.00
Basically a gravel parking lot with RV hook-up at 17 back-in parking spots. Nice enough but overpriced for what they provide other than location in National Park. - Tireman9
Jul 2014 - $37.00
This park was a big disappointment. We wanted to camp in the National Park, but this was just a big 'parking lot' near the Lodge at Sol Duc. Sites are so close together that you can barely step out of your RV without stepping on cords/hoses of your neighbor. Yes, you could use the pool/hot baths, but it would have cost us (Senior citizens) $18/day. - elfforty
Aug 2010 - $32.00
We camped in the motorhome area next to the resort and pools, not the state park further up the road. It was basically a gravel parking lot with hookups, but for what we needed, it was fine. Close to the lodge and pools and that part is nice. You should have a reservation during the peak summer months, but we have gotten in without one before. The hot tubs and pools are great! - jjcold417
Jan 2017 - $20.00
The road noise from Hwy 101 is deafening even through the night! This is now just a trailer park for people with RV's. There are 3-4 sites that are "open" for over-nighters but the majority of the 32 sites are very long term residents with junk piled around their units. From the condition of the buildings, etc. this park is not cared for well and there is some kind of shed at the back of the park with junkers and junk piled around it. As for the "walking trails" advertised, there's a bridge across a culvert that is all taped off and broken on one and the other leads to the field where people are to walk their dogs. Very unpleasant staff, both in person and on the phone. The supposed "club house pavilion" is a very small workshop of some sort. This park is equi-distant from Sequim and Port Angeles so not really convenient to any of the many attractions in the area. My rig is 28 ft and my small toad fit fine but anything longer would be sticking into the gravel roadway. The sites near the highway are very soggy and mine was not level, nor was my neighbor's. The sites are overgrown grass (decaying leaves everywhere) and gravel with many little dips or holes and close enough to hear toilets flush from inside! The dirt roads are full of very deep potholes and the road near the office is one-way with a very tight downhill curve. 1 washer and dryer in the "office" which he closes around 5:30 pm. The "none available" on the restrooms and showers is he told me they were closed for the winter but people from the really old rigs were getting in. I'm here for 1 month because I did not heed the other reviews and came in when it was dark or I would have left the next day. Unless you are really DESPERATELY tired and down to your last $20, do not even bother to stop here. 5 minutes up the road is the Walmart and it's free! The map on this site shows there are many actual RV Parks in the area and most of them seem to be 100% better. - GreyWolf4
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Sites are fairly tight, all grass and gravel. Most sites are long term. Nothing special about the park. When we were there, all of the grass was 6 to 8" high. Roads are all gravel. The park is cash only, no credit cards. WiFi was decent. - ta96silver
Sep 2014 - $24.00
Friendly, easy access, just east of town. A little road noise, but not enough to bother. I would stay here again when in the area. - Tranquilty1