Queets Campground, Olympic National Park

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Queets Campground

Queets Campground is one of the most remote campgrounds in Olympic National Park. Located along two of the wildest rivers in the park (Queets River and Sam’s River) this campground is a beloved spot for experienced rafters and salmon fisherman. One of the tallest trees in Olympic National Park can be accessed from the rugged Queets River Trail. This giant Douglas Fir has a diameter of 14 feet and is 212 feet tall. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. Read More

Where is Queets Campground located?

Queets Campground is located on the western Olympic Peninsula. It is roughly 70 miles north of the city of Aberdeen and roughly 60 miles south of the town of Forks.

Note: This gravel road is narrow and has steep curves. It should be driven with care and in good weather. The Queets Campground is walk in only.

  • From Olympic Highway, WA-101: 
    Exit onto Lower Queets Road 
    Follow Lower Queets Road until it ends 
    Follow signs to hike into campground

How can I reserve a site at Queets Campground?

Sites at Queets Campground are first come, first serve; reservations cannot be made for this campground.

Tell me more about Queets Campground. 

  • Season or Open Dates: Open Year Round (some sites may close in winter due to high water) 
  • Fee per night: $15.00 
  • # of Sites: 20 
  • Toilet Facilities: pit toilet year round 
  • Showers and Laundry: Park campgrounds do not have hook-ups or showers. 
  • Are generators permitted? No 
  • RV sites available? No - Because of primitive road conditions, RVs are not permitted 
  • Is there a dump station? No

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