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Olympia, Washington
Reviewed 7 July 2016 via mobile

The drive up was enough to genuinely scare my passengers, but it was very manageable when taken slowly. It's steep, narrow, and winds endlessly to the top. There are only 14 sites. All are in decent repair and have firepits. Some have great views of the mountain ranges below (yes, you are looking down at the ranges around you). The...

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5Thank Sadeeq S
Seattle
Reviewed 28 October 2015

Yeah, the road's kinda twisty, but if you take it slow not all that scary -- accessible to any sensibly driven passenger car. Awesome views from the campground. You really feel that you are in amongst the mountains. Drive beyond the campground to the road end and Mt. Olympus comes into view. Hike the 1/2 mile Rain Shadow trail and...

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Thank BallardBeaver
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 17 September 2015

We arrived at about 2 PM and had a lot of trouble finding a spot. We found what looked like it could be a place and camped for the night there and then left the next day because we were afraid of getting fined. There was a lack of shade but it was absolutely beautiful up there. Truly amazing views!!

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Wood Village, Oregon
Reviewed 11 September 2015

First thing is this: If you are really afraid of heights, be aware that the road to get here is narrow, winding, and has sheer drops. Second tip is to bring water, as there is none on top or easy to reach rivers. If you're still with me... The views are spectacular. The campsites are big, and there are even...

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2Thank RRH-pdx
Friday Harbor, Washington
Reviewed 22 June 2015

Relatively undiscovered, only a 45 minute drive off 101, Deer Park is an unforgettable camping experience. Reminiscent of some of the alpine camping I did as a young man and could backpack 10 miles a day, this campground is accessible by car. There are approximately 10-15 campsites, hard to tell because some of them are quite secluded. Others are open...

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3Thank rnbnut
Reviewed 25 July 2014

Hands down, this is one of the finest campgrounds in Washington State, if not the country. The views are amazing and the deer walk right up to you. Sites are $10/night. Two of the sites have nice lean-to's that sleep up to six people. Unfortunately, we weren't able to sleep in ours due to pack rats that had made a...

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12Thank Danny F
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 26 March 2010

I would recommend this campground to any campers who can get up the rugged road to it! The road is very narrow and step, but my girlfriend's little hyndai accent was able to make it up and back down safely. The views at the top were incredible, especially at night and early morning. Plus this puts you very near the...

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13Thank ekwagner
Seattle, WA
Reviewed 11 June 2009

From the Olympic National Park website: "Tents only. Near treeline, but among groves of subalpine firs; elevation 5,400'. Access road is winding, gravel, not suitable for RVs or trailers." From me: incredible views, few campsites, pit toilets, NO POTABLE WATER AVAILABLE, and DO NOT DRIVE DEER PARK ROAD UNLESS YOU HAVE AN SUV WITH DECENT CLEARANCE and are not afraid...

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Address: Olympic National Park, WA
Region: United States > Washington > Olympic National Park
Number of rooms: 14
Also Known As:
Deer Park Campground Hotel Olympic National Park
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