“Camping & RV in WA”
This camp at a trailhead leading into the interior of Olympic National Park is located in the beautiful heart of a temperate, old-growth rainforest. Hoh Oxbow, Cottonwood, Willoughby Creek, and Minnie Peterson campgrounds are nearby, set downstream on the Hoh River, outside national park boundaries. In the summer, there are naturalist programs, and a visitors center is nearby. This is one of the most popular camps in the park. There are 88 sites for tents or RVs up to 21 feet long. Picnic tables and fire grills are provided. Garbage bins and restrooms with flush toilets and drinking water are available. A dump station is nearby. Some facilities are wheelchair accessible. Leashed pets are permitted.
In walking distance to the Hoh Rainforest and Visitor Center, we picked a spot to camp right along the Hoh River, simply breathtaking!
With three major ecosystems and almost a million acres to choose from, Olympic National Park is filled with possibilities. Olympic National Park is a land of beauty and variety. Created in 1938 to protect the Roosevelt elk, primeval forest and wild coast, the park encompasses nearly a million acres. A few days of exploration take you from breathtaking mountain vistas with meadows of wildflowers to colorful ocean tide pools or early homestead cabins. Nestled in the valleys are some of the largest remnants of ancient forests left in the country. Trees here can tower 300 feet tall, and the forests range from the westside's lush temperate rain forest to dry, fire-shaped eastside forests.
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