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

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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Testimonials

Testimonials

"We had the most amazing stay here. I was not sure what to expect when I booked here about 6 months ago. I booked via phone and obtained a 2 bedroom bluff cabin (#8) for the Fourth of July … I was pleasantly surprised with how clean and comfortable this rustic cabin was. The views were AMAZING, the access to the beach was steps away, and I’ve truly never experienced anything like it anywhere else. We had dinner and breakfast at the lodge and the food was very good and decently priced … This place was an experience like no other. We stay at places ranging from the highest of high end places to the truly unique. If you are expecting the Four Seasons, this is not that. But the location and experience are better, in my opinion. I can’t recommend more highly. I hope we will return someday."
"We stayed here for one night last minute. The kids loved the shops. The restaurant was so good and the cottages are cute and it was so nice to just be away from everything. There is no Wi-Fi or tvs, totally disconnected."
"Off the grid Oasis. I felt like Thoreau journaling by my window overlooking the moody sea. Book a room overlooking the sea, it is beautiful. There is absolutely no service here, no data, no wifi, no TV. There is an internet cafe up the road. I recommend downloading offline maps and having all your itinerary ready to go offline before arriving. There is no food in the area save the (delicious) lodge restaurant. There is a walk way in the front to the right, it will take you to the tree of life. It is about an hour drive to Quinault Lake. I recommend Kalaloch lodge instead of the lake lodge for this section of Olympic NP. It is a very special stay."
"After being away for 23 years my recent stay at Kalaloch Lodge still delivered an amazing experience for my brother and me. The cabin we rented was comfortable and cozy. The wood burning stove made the place all that more rustic while the furnishing made it civilized. The service from everyone was friendly and enjoyable. Great crew here. The location you can’t beat with being perched above the ocean beach on the bluff. The ocean access is the best. I shall return."