Olympic National Park Kalaloch Campsite | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
7 months ago
Altitude:
1.0 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None
Contributor:
m.m.e.gonecamping

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Yes

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Fantastic campground. As of 12/21 only 1 of the bathrooms is working closer to the entrance. The drinking water dispenser is not working but there is running water in the sinks / flush toilets. The other bathroom is closed for construction. The RV Dump is also closed for construction. A few sites are permanently closed due to the erosion of the bluffs but still plenty of great options. There is no bear box but each site has fire pit and table.

Loop A is closed so no on site host. We snagged a spot on loop D with ocean view and easy beach access.

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Nice little campground at the beach and the tree of life. Some road noise and you hear the sea. 24$ as well for cyclists with a tent. Wall sockets in washrooms.

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one of the most beautiful campgrounds on the Pacific Ocean in the northwest. toilets, no showers, little to no cell signal. dump station is $10 extra even if you stay at the CG, which I don't understand (and it looks like nobody cares).

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Great cheap campground in the off-season. $12 for pass holders, $24 without. Beautiful spot on the cliff above the ocean, can hear the waves but not too loud. Cell coverage very spotty.

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What a beautiful place to stay. Part of the Olympic National Park. The cost is half price if you have your annual park pass. The beach sites are gorgeous. We stayed at D25 overlooking the beach. See photos for the camp map and a few scenes. Spotty Verizon signal. Spots are first come, first serve in shoulder season. Pass through around 11am-12pm to catch a spot.

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No showers, but does have simple restrooms (bring your own soap as with similar sites), water, and trash receptacles. Our site (A3) wasn’t on the water, but it was a super short walk to the beach access and had more space from our neighbors than some of the other sites we saw. There is a way to pay card if you don’t have cash on you. Some road noise. We had a nice night and loved having a head start on our day on the coast being right off the byway.

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Beautiful campsite and simple facilities.

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great campground right on the beach. beautiful long sandy beach for walking and beachcombing. paid $24 per night for a site. combat camping to get a spot beachfront, had to stalk someone that was packing up to leave and asked nicely if we could put our chairs in their spot while we went to pay. but worth it!

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Typical NP campground. A little pricey. Decent AT&T cel service.

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NOT FREE. But beautiful views of the beach. I slept here for one night driving down the coast. The campsights are pretty hidden from others by bushes and trees. Not all of them have views of the beach but there’s a lot so you might get lucky. Slept like a baby to the kind of crashing waves.

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Excellent paid campground. $22 a night. Don’t usually pay for camping but this place was very nice. Right on the ocean and next to the tree of life.

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We was there but all campsite with ocean view /sun for our solar... So we drive a way.
You must pay 22$ for a RV/CAR/TENT and it's reduced with senior access NOT with the annual pass...!

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Great state park right next to the beach with easy access to walk onto the beach. Campground has large trees and offers good privacy and is quiet. No power or WiFi but facilities are clean and there is a dump station. Cost was $11 and would definitely recommend staying here. Ample space for RV’s and all sites had benches and fire rings. 

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Great campground, specialy if you are lucky enough to get a place by the beach ! The price is 22 dollars even with the annual pass. The discount is just with senior or access pass... As there was no room by the beach and no showers, and the price was 22, we left.

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Great spot, we got a site right on the water.
If you have a national park pass you pay $ 11.00 a night, without it is $ 22 a night.
Even if you are in the park you pay to dump. $ 5.00 with the pass, without $ 10.00 a dump.

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