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Heart O' Hills Campground

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Warrington, United Kingdom
Reviewed October 30, 2016

We stayed here for one night, it was our first night in Olympic National Park and this is the best location if you're visiting Hurricane Ridge. It is a short drive from Port Angeles where you can get any supplies you need. The campsites are well kept and a good size.

Thank RoadsandRunways
Reviewed August 30, 2016 via mobile

We had a great 2 night stay at this campsite Aug 26th - 28th during the National Park's 100th anniversary. The campsites were very small - we have a 6 person tent (10x14) and we lucked out finding a larger site in Loop A. Great location near the bathrooms which were clean and large. Firewood can be purchased at Loop...

Thank Lisa M
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed September 6, 2015 via mobile

We have a large tent and found a spot that worked but most sites are really small. Very clean restrooms. Nice camping spot if you want to see Hurricane Ridge. There is a $20 park entrance fee and $20/night camping fee. Firewood is available $5/bundle

2Thank Tara J
Baltimore, Maryland
Reviewed August 26, 2015

The campground was overall pretty nice. We loved getting to camp in the forest. The only downside was the mosquitos, but you come to expect that in Olympic. The campsites in loop A were pretty well spaced out and our site was decently private compared to some of the other National Parks we've camped at. We camped there 2 nights...

Thank MarineSci01
Brooklyn, New York
Reviewed August 25, 2015

Great campground. Stayed in Loop D and enjoyed a somewhat private camp site. Small bathrooms but there was never anyone in them which was surprising considering the campground was filled. Enjoyed a great 2 nights here. The tent was level and the weather was great, chilly nights but warm days. The campground gets crowded on the weekends so I would...

Thank Funkybuns514
Reviewed August 19, 2015

Great National Park Campground. Positioned amongst old growth forest. Easy access to Hurricane Ridge. D Loop would have the quietest sites a distance from the road. Clean bathrooms. No bear or critter issues.

Thank Taoze
Lake Stevens, WA
Reviewed December 9, 2014

What a great campground just inside the Park entrance to Hurricane Ridge. Quiet, but fills up fast. No hook ups, mostly spots for tent camping, but some small trailer/camper spots too. Firewood is available. Bathrooms, but no showers.

Thank girlwolf68
New Mexico
Reviewed September 12, 2014

We stayed here for one night. It was very quiet and very nice. The bathrooms were clean and easy to get to. The night sky is amazing here, tons of stars, it is very dark. The campground was close to the entrance and close to many trailheads. I would stay again.

Thank levelsix
Portland, Oregon
Reviewed September 12, 2014

This campground is located at the base of Hurricane Ridge. It is a great spot to spend a night or two if you are planning to do some hikes around the Hurricane Ridge area. The spots were a little bit on top of each other, but the way they were arranged made them seem a little more private. There are...

3Thank vyakal
Port Angeles, Washington
Reviewed July 31, 2014

Just stayed end of july 2014, campsites where clean and plenty to choose from with shade and good tent sites and some pull throughs for campers. There are restrooms but no showers but hey its camping also potable water and food lockers available. Very quiet nights but does get busy on weekends,best time to stay in my opinion is during...

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Additional Information about Heart O' Hills Campground

Address: Olympic National Forest, Olympic National Park, WA
Location: United States > Washington > Olympic National Park
Number of rooms: 100
Also Known As:
Heart o` Hills Campground Hotel Olympic National Park
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