If you are looking to camp near the beach and soak in the Pacific Ocean vibe then Kalaloch Campground is the perfect campground for you!
Located right off of Highway 101 near the Kalaloch Lodge this campground offers stunning views of the ocean and easy access to the beach. There are 168 campsites including four accessible sites.
Reservations are required during peak season from May to September so make sure and plan ahead for your Olympic National Park trip!
You are literally steps away from the tide pools, amazing sunset views, the open water and pure relaxation!
Kalaloch Campground - Olympic National ParkNumber of Sites: 168 campsites, including one group site and four accessible sites
Location in the park: Kalaloch Campground is located on a bluff in the southwest coast of the Olympic Peninsula in Olympic National Park next to Kalaloch Beach.
Campsite Cost: $22 to $44 a night
Payments accepted: Check and Cash during first come first serve season. Credit cards online when making a reservation
Reservations: Yes, on Recreation.gov from May 22, 2019, to September 8, 2019.
If you want a coveted beach view camping spot you will need to be ready to make your reservation months in advance!
Campground Address: Highway 101, Olympic National Park
- 47° 36' 47.0002" N
- 124° 22' 28.9999" W
Accessible Sites: Yes, There are four accessible sites in Kalaloch Campground.
There is no handicap accessibility to the beach.
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
Kalaloch Campground Reservations
Are campground Reservations Available? Yes, on Recreation.gov
Phone Number? 360-565-3130
Online? on Recreation.gov
How Far Ahead can you make a reservation? individual campsites are released on a 6-month rolling basis
First Come, First Served? Yes, during the non-summer season.
Flush Toilets: Yes
Is wifi Available? No
Is cellular Phone Service Available? Yes, depending on your cell carrier
Is camp host available on site? Yes
Is firewood available for purchase? Firewood is available from Kalaloch Lodge, 0.5 miles south of the campground.
Amenities at each campsite
Fire pit in the site? Yes
Picnic Table in the site? Yes
Bear Box in site/area? Yes, Available near loop bathrooms, Food can be stored in your car at each campsite. Food Storage Lockers are available for campers who have biked or hiked into the campground.
Potable Water? Yes, Available near loop bathrooms.
RV Camping at Kalaloch Campground
RV Length: Most campsites in Kalaloch cannot accommodate large RVs or Trailers.
Sites for 21 feet and a few for 35 feet are available.
Read individual campsite details and warnings carefully before reserving a site.
Dump Station: Yes, a dump station is available for a $10 fee ($5 with a Senior or Access Pass) and is not included in the camping fee.
Hookups: There are no hookups
How to get to Campground
Kalaloch Campground is located on Highway 101 on the Pacific Coast of Washington. Approximately 34 miles south of Forks, Washington.
Follow Highway 101 and you will see the signs for the 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 from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m
Maximum Stay: 7-day maximum stay limit.
Kalaloch Group Campsites
Phone reservations only
10 person minimum, 30 maximum
7-day maximum stay
$40 a night up to 10 people, $2 per additional person.
Pit toilets, water, limited parking, no beach access
Photos of Kalaloch Campground
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