Enjoy a group campsite just a quarter-mile south of Kalaloch

Kalaloch Lodge Group Campsite

If you love the outdoors, this isn't just a campground. It's hallowed ground.

2022 Group Campsite Reservations

Group campsite reservations begin January 22, 2022 at 6:00 AM PST. The campground will be open from March 1 - November 1*. To reserve, please call 360-962-2271.

*Blackout dates: Mar 5-6, 19-20; Apr 9-10, 23-24; May 7-8, 21-22; Jun 4-5, 18-19; Jul 2-4, 15-16, 30-31; Aug 13-14, 27-28; Sept 10-11, 24-25; Oct 31

Our group campsite offers the best of both worlds. It's perched on a stunning bluff overlooking Kalaloch's legendary driftwood-lined beaches, so you can stay close to nature. But we think you'll also appreciate the fact that you're just a quarter-mile south of Kalaloch's Main Lodge, off Highway 101. That means it's easy to pick up camping supplies, food, or snacks at Kalaloch Mercantile, grab a souvenir from our Gift Shop, or get a hot meal at Creekside Restaurant.

Before you book, visit the National Park Service website to learn about camping in Olympic National Park.

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Amenities & Services

  • Buy firewood at Kalaloch Mercantile
  • Buy food, water, gear, and snacks at Kalaloch Mercantile and the Gift Shop
  • Pick up a souvenir from the Gift Shop
  • Have a meal at Creekside Restaurant
Buy groceries and supplies, including camping gear, at The Mercantile at Kalaloch Lodge.
Room Types
Enjoy a group campsite just a quarter-mile south of Kalaloch's Main Lodge perched on the bluff overlooking the ocean.

Kalaloch Lodge Group Campsite

Ready to head out here? We have all the essentials, including:

  • One water tap
  • Picnic tables
  • Fire ring
  • Vault toilet
  • Camping supplies and food are available just a short distance away
  • Space for three small RVs or six to eight tents

Note: Our campsite has a minimum of 10 people, 30 people maximum per group. Please keep in mind that we don't have any onsite RV hookups.

Call 360-962-2271 to reserve your spot at the campsite.

Things To Do

Things To Do

Olympic National Park is full of sights, sounds, and experiences you won't want to miss. Explore the area close by, drive to nearby beaches and lakes, or even head out on the water.

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"Used to take our daughters here for spring break. They loved it, so when my 10 yr old granddaughter came to visit from the east coast this was first on my list. The area boasts rare rain forests, and tide pools none of which she can enjoy at home plus a non crowded beach that's free to visit! Back to the Lodge. We have always stayed in a cabin on the bluff. They are clean quaint and comfy. The staff will quickly respond to any requests and want to make you feel at home. This year is a challenge with Covid-19 restrictions but they do well to accommodate around that. I do like their extra precautions since my granddaughter isn't old enough to be vaccinated yet."

"We recently stayed in an ocean front cottage. It's basic but the little kitchen was perfect for breakfast. The views can't be beat and our stay was peaceful and relaxing. We only stayed one night but would definitely stay again. The restaurant is decent as well."

"This was our first visit and we will be back. The views from the cabin were outstanding. Sunsets on the bluff with a glass of wine or a beer were the perfect end to long days of exploring the beaches close by, Ruby Beach, Rialto Beach and Beach 4. We also took in Lake Quinault and Hoh Rainforest. Our cabin was rustic and had all the necessities. The beds were comfortable. The rooms were clean. This is an older lodge and cabin venue, so do not expect modern distractions like cell service or TV. You really do not need them."

"Beautiful place, comfy cabins with kitchens, fireplace all the necessities. The views are incredible. The food was yummy in the lodge. Loved it!"