Dosewallips Campground, Olympic National Park

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Dosewallips Campground

Dosewallips Campground is located in the southeast region of Olympic National Park, near the Olympic National Forest. The region is densely forested and features beautiful glacier fed rivers and waterfalls. The campground is located close to the Dosewallips Ranger Station, the Dosewallips River Trail, Dosewallips falls, and the West Fork Dosewallips River Trail. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. Read More

  • No Reservations; first-come, first-serve 
  • This Campground is Open Year Round

Where is Dosewallips Campground located?

Olympic National Park’s Dosewallips Campground is located near the base of the Olympic Mountains on the east side of Olympic National Park. The Dosewallips Campground is located near the Hood Canal and the town of Brennon. It should not be confused with nearby Dosewallips State Park.

  • From Brinnon, WA: 
    Follow Olympic Highway, U.S. 101 one mile north 
    Turn left (west) on to Dosewallips Road (Forest Service Road 2610) 
    Drive 5 miles until the road ends 
    Hike 5.5 miles to the campgrounds
  • From Port Angeles, WA: 
    Drive 57 miles on US 101 E, towards Hood Canal 
    Turn left (west) on to Dosewallips Road (Forest Service Road 2610) 
    Drive 5 miles until the road ends 
    Hike 5.5 miles to the campgrounds

How can I reserve a site at Dosewallips Campground?

Dosewallips Campground is a first come, first serve campground; reservations are not required at this location.

Tell me more about Dosewallips Campground. 

  • Season or Open Date: year-round 
  • Fee per night: Free 
  • # of Sites: 40 
  • Toilet Facilities: pit toilet 
  • Showers and Laundry: No showers, no laundry

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