All other campgrounds are first-come, first-served.
Payment is by credit/debit card only (or online).
Reservations are needed for group campsites.
Kalaloch: (360) 962-2271. Phone reservations only, 10 person minimum, 30 maximum, 7 day maximum stay, $40 a night up to 10 people, $2 per additional person. Pit toilets, water, limited parking, no beach access.
Sol Duc: Reserve at www.recreation.gov or call (877)444-6777. Organized groups only, 24 person and 8 stock maximum, 7 day maximum stay, $43 a night though fee may vary by date. Vault toilets. Closest water at ranger station.
Additional group campsites are also available for online reservation during peak season at Kalaloch Campground, Mora Campground, and the Hoh Campground through recreation.gov.
Birds, rodents, bears and other common wildlife learn to search for any available food or scented item. Protect your property and help maintain healthy wildlife by securing food, dirty dishes, garbage and other smelly items. Please store all food and scented items in your car trunk or an animal-proof food storage locker when not in use. Do not leave food, dishes, garbage or other smelly items unattended at your campsite. Keep a clean camp 24 hours a day!
In campgrounds where wood is not available for sale by concession services, visitors may collect dead and down wood (smaller than 6" diameter) within 100 feet of campgrounds. Wood must be collected below 3,500 feet in elevation.
Most campgrounds have RV spaces limited to 21 feet or shorter. Some campgrounds have lengths up to 35 feet. More information available per campground at park visitor centers and ranger stations, or by the campground links below.
Pets are permitted on a leash (up to 6 feet long) in campgrounds, picnic areas and parking lots; Rialto Beach (for 1/2 mile to Ellen Creek) and the Kalaloch beaches; and Peabody Creek, Madison Falls and Spruce Railroad trails only. Pets are prohibited in park buildings, all other trails, and in the wilderness. Pet excrement must be collected and put in trash receptacles.
Feeding wildlife is prohibited for animal health and your safety
Hunting or disturbing wildlife is prohibited in national parks
All fireworks and explosives are prohibited in the park
Visitors may possess firearms in the park in compliance with Washington State regulations. All firearms use, including target shooting and hunting, is prohibited within the park
Per site limit is 8 people, wheels must be on pavement where available
Camping limit is 14 consecutive days in the park per year; Kalaloch Campground, Mora Campground, and Hoh Campground limit is 7 days during the reservation window through peak season
Campground quiet hours are 10:00 pm to 6:00 am
Checkout time is 11:00 am
Vehicle camping is only allowed in authorized campgrounds in the park. Contact the Wilderness Information Center (360-565-3100) or see above for backpacking rules.
Deer Park Campground
At 5,400 feet in elevation, Deer Park boasts mountain views and starry skies. With a steep and winding gravel access road, Deer Park is not RV accessible.
Neighboring Lake Crescent, Fairholme includes lakeside campsites and a nearby boat launch.
2022 Season: April 22 - September 26 (at checkout time).
Reservations: NEW for 2022!Online reservations are now accepted for the summer season. Beginning Friday, March 11th, reservations are available for May 25 through September 21, 2022. All campsites are reservable during the reservation period. Sites may be reserved up to 6 months in advance. (Starting next summer, the reservation period for Fairholme Campground will be the same as for other park campgrounds on the reservation system—the Wednesday before Memorial Day weekend through mid-September.) Any unreserved or cancelled sites will be sold in person at the ranger tent in the parking lot at the Fairholme boat dock during posted hours. Campsites are first-come, first-served outside the reservation period. See news release for additional information.
Sites and Fees: 88 total sites, $24 per night, dump station is $10 per use.
Surround yourself with moss and ancient trees in this temperate rain forest. Hoh Campground offers summer ranger programs and some riverside campsites along the Hoh River.
Season: Year round.
Reservations: Online reservations are accepted for the peak summer season. Checkrecreation.govfor specific dates. All campsites are reservable during the peak season. Sites may be reserved up to 6 months in advance. All campsites are first-come, first-served in the off-season. Any unreserved or cancelled sites will be sold at the Hoh Visitor Center on a first-come, first-served basis. Campsites are first-come, first-served the rest of the year.
Sites and Fees: 72 total sites, $24 per night.
RVs: Sites for 21 feet, a few for up to 35 feet. No dump station.
Oceanside camp at Kalaloch with some sites overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Season: Year round.
Reservations: Online reservations are accepted for the peak summer season. All campsites are reservable during the peak season - check recreation.gov for specific dates. Sites may be reserved up to 6 months in advance. All campsites are first-come, first-served in the off-season.
Sites and Fees: 170 total sites, $24 per night, dump station is $10 per use.
Situated in a coastal forest, some sites offer views of the Quillayute River. Mora is located two miles from Rialto Beach.
Season: Year round.
Reservations: Reservations are now accepted for the peak season online at recreation.gov up to 6 months in advance. Check recreation.gov for specific dates. All campsites are reservable during the peak season. Any unreserved or cancelled sites will be sold in the field at the Mora Ranger Station on a first-come, first-served basis. Campsites are first-come, first-served the rest of the year.
Sites and Fees: 94 total sites, $24 per night, dump station is $10 per use.