North Fork Campground, Olympic National Park

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North Fork Campground

If you like primitive camping, this is the spot for you. This is the smallest campground in Olympic National Park. North Fork Campground has no running water and is only accessible by a gravel road. Those willing to “rough it” will be rewarded with the uninterrupted sounds of the wind in the maples and will be able to enjoy the shores of Quinault River in solitude. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.

Where is North Fork Campground located?

North Fork Campground is roughly thirty minutes northeast of Queets, Washington on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula. From Olympic Highway, WA-101: 

  • Exit onto North Shore Road (east) 
  • Follow North Shore Road to the North Fork Campground Entrance

How can I reserve a site at North Fork Campground?

North Fork Campground is first come, first serve; there are no reservations for this site.

Tell me more about North Fork Campground. 

  • Season or Open Dates: Year round
  • Fee per night: $15.00 
  • # of Sites: 9 
  • Toilet Facilities: Pit toilet 
  • Showers and Laundry: Park campgrounds do not have hook-ups or showers. 
  • Are generators permitted? No 
  • RV sites available? Gravel road, large RVs not recommended: tents only 
  • Is there a dump station? No

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