Fairholme Campground is located next to Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park. This campground offers amazing shade cover and easy lake access great for campers.
Fairholme Campground - Olympic National Park
The campsites are in multiple loops with bathrooms near each loop. There are a few walk-in sites that are closer down the hill to Lake Crescent.
This campground is great for tent camping. There is a ton of tall trees and shrubs providing shade for campsites.
Campers can easily access the Crescent Lake boat launch after an easy hike down the hill, Storm King ranger station, and the west end of the lake.
Port Angeles is 28 miles from the campground along Highway 101. When the Fairholme store is open campers can rent kayaks and pick up basic supplies.
Number of Sites: 88
Location in the park: Located along Lake Crescent
Campsite Cost: $20
Payments accepted: Debit or Credit Cards. Cash is not being accepted in the campgrounds right now.
Latitude/Longitude: 48.0701° N, 123.9137° W
Accessible Sites: 1 site
Pets Allowed: Pets are allowed but they must be on a leash less than 6 feet long.
Pets are not allowed inside park buildings or on specific trails.
Pets can be on the following trails: Rialto (to Ellen Creek) and Kalaloch beaches, Peabody Creek, Madison Falls, and Spruce Railroad trails only
Are campground Reservations Available? No
First Come, First Served? Yes
Flush Toilets: Yes
Is wifi Available? No
Is cellular Phone Service Available? We had T-Mobile cell service randomly as we explored the campground.
Is camp host available on site? We did not see a camp host during our visit.
Is firewood available for purchase? NoAmenities at each campsite:
Fire pits with grates, picnic tables, potable water, animal-proof food storage lockers, accessible restrooms, RV dump station.
Fire pit in the site? Yes
Picnic Table in the site? Yes
Bear Box in site/area? Yes
Potable Water? Yes
RV Camping at Fairholme Campground
RV Length: Up to 21 feet
Dump Station: Yes, for $10 a use
Generators: Unknown, we did not see any signs designating specific times for generators.
Hookups: There are no hookups
How to get to Campground
The maximum number of people in a campsite: Per site limit is 8 people
The number of cars per campsite: 2
Checkout time: 11:00 am
Quiet Hours: Quiet hours are 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m
Maximum Stay: Camping limit is 14 consecutive days in the park per year
Fairholme Campground Map
Photos of Fairholme Campground
Additional Olympic National Park Resources
Olympic National Park Camping - Check out all of the campgrounds in the park.
Olympic National Park Lodging - Check out all of the lodges and cabins in the park.
Sol Duc Hot Springs - Check out what it is like to soak in these mineral hot springs.
Free National Park Days - Check out the 5 days a year the National Park Service waives entrance fees.
Most visited National Parks - Check out all of the top-visited parks in the United States
Check out all of the Washington National Parks along with neighboring Oregon National Parks, Idaho National Parks, National Parks in Hawaii, and National Parks in Alaska
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