We just stayed three fabulous nights at Seal Rock in one of the pull thru sites just above the water (38). Says nothing bigger than 21' but our 28' fit fine and lots of other bigger RVs too! No hook- ups. Amazing view from our motorhome. Campsites are private and lush with greenery!
It was not overcrowded and although the shellfish were closed due to red tide, it made the beach even quieter. Keep in mind this is a rocky beach but nice warm water! Dogs can't go on beaches here but plenty of places to walk them otherwise with views of the water!
This place had the nicest camp hosts I've ever encountered! Not to nosy-those drive me nuts- but gently made thier presence known,very informative of the area and came around Saturday night with treats for all the kids and even the dogs! She has beautiful planters of flowers along the walkways. She and her husband walked around and asked people if that needed anything which is almost unheard of anymore!
We will definitely be back! Been to almost all Hood Canal campgrounds and this or a beach front site at Belfair State Park are as good as it gets.
- Also Known As:
- Seal Rock Campground Hotel
- Seal Rock Campground Hotel Olympic National Park
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This campground offers 41 campsites. ... more less