Place

Sol Duc Campground

A campsite with picnic table in a mossy forest setting.
A site at Sol Duc Campground.

NPS Photo/D. Sullivan

Quick Facts

Amphitheater, Animal-Safe Food Storage, Baby Changing Station, Fire Pit, Information, Picnic Table, Recycling, Restroom, Trash/Litter Receptacles, Water - Drinking/Potable, Wheelchair Accessible

Operated by the Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort
Location: The Sol Duc River valley area, twelve miles (19 km) up Sol Duc Hot Springs Road off of Highway 101.
Description: The Sol Duc Campground is located along the Sol Duc River, near the Sol Duc Hot Springs resort and Eagle Ranger Station. Some sites are right along the river! 82 tent campsites, 17 RV campsites, one group site and one that is wheelchair accessible. Fire rings with grates, accessible restrooms, water, animal-proof food storage, RV dump station (fee).
Open: Seasonally. After the resort has closed for the season, the campground is primitive with no running water, and then closes fully for the winter after the first winter storm (when the Sol Duc Road closes until spring).
Accessibility: One wheelchair accessible campsite, accessible restrooms.
RVs: Resort-run RV park open in summer only. Sites can accommodate 21-foot RVs, and a few can accommodate 35-foot RVs.
Reservations and prices: Sites can be reserved online at recreation.gov during summer (mid-April through October). The rest of the year all sites are first come, first served.
Filling time: Online reservations for summer often fill up well in advance, so make your reservations early at recreation.gov.

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Last updated: November 7, 2021