No electric. Usually quiet. Elk come into the camp on occasion. Water and firewood. Tables and fire pits. Good restrooms. You might wake up with a guest tent on your spot! Rangers seem to place folks where they can as people come in late at night and it such a long trip from hwy 101. Seems people think they can get a spot up the Hoh when Kalaloch is full. Deer all over along with resident elk herd. Tight spots. Big RV's might only be good if they can get a pull thru.
July 17, 2019 - reviewed by J & G
A 17 mile trip from the highway with visitor center just up the road. Typical national park campground. Sites far enough apart, separated by trees and bushes. Restrooms are clean enough but that probably depends on how crowded the campground is. Sites were available after 6 PM on a rainy weekday. Poor Verizon service but texts getting through.
BEWARE: Restrooms for Loop C are closed-this was not mentioned at the registration board, and no other restrooms are close by. Luckily we noticed before we registered and went to another loop.
August 17, 2018 - reviewed by JenH
This campground was a little tight but had great hiking and amazing things to see. Bathrooms were clean.