This campground is an utter joke. I would sooner set up my tent in the middle of a football tailgate party. We reserved site #31, having never been there before. We arrived to a large, open park with almost no tree cover or foliage. There was a disproportionately high number of RVs and tent-trailers (a sure signal of low-quality camping), a lot of drunk rednecks and their obnoxious offspring skating and biking around the park, and the most miserable campsites I have ever seen. Ours was particularly bad--about 15'x25', with basically no plant life other than grass--but all of the 50+ sites we saw were similarly tiny, naked and just... just terrible. We were so disgusted that we left to go check out Seal Rock, about 2 miles to the north, deciding that if we couldn't find anything else we'd rather just go home. Fortunately, Seal Rock was beautiful and had open sites. If you even remotely care about being in beautiful northwest forest while you're camping, DO NOT camp here.
- Also Known As:
- Dosewallips Campground Hotel
- Dosewallips Campground Hotel Olympic National Park
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Offers 87 sites for tents and 40 RV campsites. ... more less