Salt Creek Recreation Area | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
7 days ago
Altitude:
8.0 masl
Phone:
None
Contributor:
Gonetraveling

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Average
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
Warm
Water:
Yes
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Yes

Something not right?

Description

Beautiful spots. Many of them are in the forest and some have an ocean view. Cheap nice showers - two quarters for 2 minutes. $45 without electricity; $55 with electricity. Some FCFS sites.

Photos

Why? By checking in after you’ve visited a place you let others know this place is still functional. You can also add or correct any information.

Add To Favorites

Latest Check-Ins

this is a campground with spots that can be reserved and spots saved for FCFS. about half have electric and water for $5 extra per day. at this time it is $40 for a spot for residents of WA I think.

great walking trails, beautiful views, full sun and shade spots. tents, cars, vans, big rigs can all find a place. lots of activity space.

tip: go over to the gun placements instead (look at a map). it's level and no "no" signs.

Report Check-In

Quiet little campground with gorgeous scenery. A bunch of first come first serve campsites, so I was able to get a spot easily. There were a lot of families camping, but I had some neighbors to my side that were also in a van. Sites are $45 a night though, which is a little pricey.

Report Check-In

As of Jan 1, 2024 sites: $40 no hookups/$45 with hookups

Report Check-In

Plenty of open first come/first served sites. Drive past all the RVs and go to the far loop. We had site #66 - big enough for two camper vans. Site was right on the ocean and next to Tongue Point. Showers weren’t so good - cold water and no temperature control.

Report Check-In

Great place. Quite with good views. Camp spots are separated by trees and brush so fairly private and secluded.

Report Check-In

Popular local camping spot. Fortunately many first come first served sites so odds are you can get in. (FCFS 1 to 15, 69 to 70, 74 to 92) $30 with no services, $35 with services.

Report Check-In

Came in after 10pm and fortunately someone saw us coming and called the ranger. He told us that there might be no spots for us to
fit in.
But he said we should go and try if the smaller spots are possible.

We found a spot with no service but beautiful view in between the woods. Paid as non residents and card holder $30. Would have been $35 for electricity and water.

There’s a dump station as well to use.

Can’t say anything about the toilets and showers since we didn’t see and use them.

But it’s a great place with a variety of spot (in the woods or in the park, water view). Very friendly and helpful rangers. Very quiet.

Highly recommended!

Report Check-In

Updated prices: non-clallam County resident 30$/35$ unserviced/serviced (electric & water)
Dump Station for campers free & for drop-in 10$
no credit card; only US-Dollar!

Report Check-In

Fantastic views of the Salish Sea and nice spots. Restrooms are quite outdated but work ok. Updated prices see photo.

Report Check-In

Got a first come first serve site right on the water. $32/night with electric/water. Spots are small, however, we fit our combined length of 46 ft. Sites have a picnic table and fire pit. Great trails, tides pools, and saw a whale from our site! Private showers are super clean and hot (one quarter for 2 or 3 minutes).

Report Check-In

Nice clean county campground by the water. Rolled in on a Sunday night in summer and found a lot to FCFS sites available. $26 for non county residents for basic site.

Report Check-In

Stayed in a first come first serve site some are quite small and okay for tent camping by not great for an RV, a popular place even on a weekday it was pretty crowded, paid $26, some nice hiking trails along the bluff with access to nearby beach and tide pools, showers were luke warm $0.25 for 2 minutes about all I could stand, Verizon signal was good, used included dump station on the way out.

Report Check-In

Nice state campground. Best to reserve ahead. Tongue Point has nice sites- some which accommodate trailers but better fit vans. Site 53 and 54 are nice.

Report Check-In

RV camp ground stayed one night and it has very nice view

Report Check-In

beautiful spots many of them are in the forest and have ocean view. cheap nice showers a quarter for 2 minutes. 25$ without 30$ with electricity.

Report Check-In

Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Learn More.