Kalaloch is a large campground in Olympic National Park with campsites on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Some have views of the. Reservations: Kalaloch and Sol Duc are the only campgrounds that accept reservations in the For campground locations and park sites, view the park map. Information, exhibits, bookshop, maps. Reservations in summer only; see www. recreation. BUT NO WATER (water available at Kalaloch campground.
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Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. View Sol Duc mao brochure and map, and campground status. Reviewed October 18, Make a reservation!
Nice campground with basic amenities. Second Beach and Rialto Beach, about an hour north, are nearly as good. Bluff site at Kalaloch Campground. Pets are allowed on Kalaloch area beaches. Especially in winter, flooding and wind can be an issue, so pay attention to the forecast.
Olympic National Park Campground Maps
Turn left onto Kalaloch Campground Road. Some campgrounds have lengths up to 35 feet. Kalaloch Area Information Facilities: Due to road conditions, RVs and trailers not allowed. Campgrounx in Staircase Campground. In campgrounds where wood is not available for sale by concession services, visitors may collect dead and down wood smaller than 6″ diameter within feet of campgrounds.
Year round, but primitive in winter. Olympic National Park protects amp miles of wild coastline. Wood must be collected below 3, feet Showers are not available in the campgrounds.
Pit toilets, potable water Handicap Accessible: Everything in our camp became damp over the week. We were able to visit Olympic National Park easily throughout the duration of our stay. We were able to get a great site on a weekday during our off-season April visit when the campground does not take reservations. Basic bathrooms, without campbround, are also available.
Kalaloch Area Brochure
All campsites are first-come, first-served in the off-season. To reach Kalaloch campground take US north from Hoquiam and go about 69 miles. Many campgrounds are self-registration and change for over payment cannot be made. Have you written a blog post about Kalaloch Campground? This a classic Northwest beach campground. The campground is clean and the restrooms are good. There is a dump station and water fill on site. I don’t remember site ‘s, a map should do it tho.
Kalaloch Lodge in Olympic National Park.
Camping – Olympic National Park (U.S. National Park Service)
Beach is easily accessed down a short path with huge drift logs washed along the bluff to explore. The Ranger when we checked in was so As one review noted here it can be tight and it’s popular spot so don’t expect to roll in on a summer weekend and score a prime spot. The host was very friendly. Rain or shine, it is one of the most visited areas of the park.