We've been on the road for some time, and this place is like no other. We had two spots here, one with wild blackberries growing around it for breakfast, and another with a trail that lead into and old-growth forest, and eventually down to the Elwah River. We hiked, gathered herbs and tomatoes from the community garden, and rode our bikes on a wonderful path to town. The family-owners are friendly, kind, and keep everything clean. We didn't get the usual van-camper snub we get from most other campgrounds. The showers are good. There's plenty to do with basketball, horseshoes and things like that as well. Oh, and there's even organic milk in the store. Thank you for a wonderful time. We look forward to returning.
We headed up to Port Angeles for our last trip of the year for Crab Fest. What an amazing time. The campground was extremely clean and well kept. The camp hosts were very friendly as well. We stayed in a spot right next to a small pond with a fountain and I was very pleased with how quiet this campground was. All of the tree stumps were carved and were amazing works of art. There was a garden that we could help ourselves to and a great trail that took us down to the river. We will definitely stay here again.
Full hook ups and they do just about everything right. Grounds are nice and well-maintained, and the location is great for accessing Hurricane Ridge, Port Angeles or moving further west to explore Olympic Park
To start with this in NOT a hotel but a wonderful RV park. So yes in your RV you have in room dining, The office does have stairs (no ramp) so it is not wheelchair accessible but my husband got around with his walker and/or cane. This is a charming RV park with incredible, lush nature at the base of the Olympic Rain Forest. This RV park has a coin op laundry for your needs. For those who use showers etc they have coin op showers. Someone in town explained that before they took down the Elwha Dam Port Angeles had an abundance of water but no one thought of the ramifications of taking down the dam, but they lost their reservoirs and during summer Port Angeles runs out of water unless they make folks conserve. Now as for negatives: When you check in you are given a map of the campground with on the flip-side Park Info that states the TV channels (2 CBS, 6 CTV, 8 CTV, 10 Ind, and 12 CBS) None of these channels are availabl, maybe do to overcast conditions. We did adjust our antenea to every setting available.. We verified this with several couples. Very disappointed missing the new fall lineup. The park owners do have a large TV in the clubhouse with satellite Do to our luck the Directv was having a problem during our Seahawks game. The park owner invited us to his home to finish watching the game which was above and beyond what we expected him to do. Once we get our satellite on our rig working we will be back. We also were given a sheet of paper with close by places to see and on the otherside restaurants to try. Thanks to this list we had a wonderful fish meal at Joshua's. Great wi-fi. Overall it was a wonderful stay. Expect rain when you stay near the Rain Forrest!…
Staff: Extremely friendly and accommodating. Really working hard to keep the park looking nice and natural. Site: We spent our time in site #23 & it was perfect. Great nature sounds in the evening and early mornings. Fairly level. Full hookup. Plenty of shade. Facilities: Nice gathering / play area for groups. Laundry / lounge / activity room clean and convenient. Restrooms & showers were great. Location: Fairly close to both Port Angeles and to Olympic National Park.