- Go camping in your tent or RV
- Enjoy a leisurely picnic by the river
- Hike the Bogachiel River State Park Trail and get familiar with rainforest terrain
What can I see and do at Bogachiel State Park?
- Camping: Camping is the primary activity at this park. Most of the sites are available year round though several are closed for the winter. There are 36 sites total and the park can accommodate RVs up to 40 ft. in length. Six sites have power and water and there are two restroom buildings with showers and also a dump station onsite. There’s also one group camp for tents. A first come, first serve policy prevails here.
- Picnicking: The park also has a day use area that provides six picnic tables (uncovered) that are available for enjoying a meal outdoors. A restroom is located nearby.
- Hiking: The Bogachiel River State Park Trail offers an easy walk through maples, alders, and typical rainforest vegetation. It’s a short trail (about a mile) and a great way to get a quick glimpse at the rainforest without embarking on a long trek.
Where is Bogachiel River State Park?
The park is easy to reach from the highway. From Port Angeles, take Highway 101 west to 6 miles past the city of Forks. The park entrance is on the left.
How much does Bogachiel State Park cost?
There is no fee for day use of the park. Camping costs vary from year to year and season to season.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
For more information, contact Washington State Parks at 360-902-8844.