VERY GOOD: This is a typical small RV resort with no trees and the sites are close together. However, it is not typical in that it is on an Indian Reservation and on the Pacific Ocean. One of the most beautiful beaches you have ever seen is just steps away. I am talking jaw dropping beauty!! The bathrooms/showers and laundry room were updated and clean. It comes with a price though $44 per night.
Quileute Oceanside Resort
VERY GOOD: All sites were wooded and pretty private. This campground is on beautiful Lake Crescent where you can rent canoes and kayaks. It is first come first serve so get there early. No hook ups, no showers but they do have toilets. The setting was beautiful and there were trails within walking distance. If you have dogs that like long walks/hikes this is a great campground. Smaller RV's only, $20 per night.
VERY GOOD: We love Thai food and this restaurant got really good reviews. The reviews were spot on. The service was good, the food was great and the wine was inexpensive. We don't eat a lot of meat but you absolutely have to try the green curry Kobe beef sliders. Also the coconut crusted butternut squash was delicious.
VERY GOOD: All sites were wooded and pretty private, same as Fairholme. First come first serve. This campground is a short drive to an amazing beach, Rialto. It is also close to the town Forks that is famous for the filming of The Twilight Series. No hook ups or showers but there are toilets. We really like camping in the woods, especially when the sites are private. Smaller RV's only, $20 per night.
GOOD: We are so excited that it is football season!!! The Bucs were playing on a Monday night and this place got good reviews. Better than bar food as it is also a restaurant. Renee had Dungeness crab cakes and Tim had a Caprese sandwich. Both were good and so was the local beer.