larger RVs. Sites in the latter offer no privacy, have gravel pads, and are far less scenic. They are also closer to the highway and the noise that that provides. The two smaler loops referred to as Upper and Lower, are heavily wooded and offer more traditional and private sites. Pads and interior roads are paved, and sites here offer campfore rings and tables. A handful of sites in the Lower loop are situated along the bay and provide stunning views. We snagged one of these sites (lucky us!) in a last minute itinerary change. Our site, 82, was so unlevel, we bottomed out while backing in. After removing the bike rack and getting into the site using leveling blocks under the tires, we were still extremely unlevel. A kind ranger switched us to another available site, but this one too, was too steep. At this point, we left and headed to a nearby KOA for the night. So, smaller rigs (class B) and tenters are better suited here. The Olympic Discovery Trail extends it's way through the park. Sites are availabke for bike campers. Horseshoe pits, an amphitheater, tennis court, basketball, ball field, playground, hiking trail, small interpretive center, boat launch, and overnight moorings are available.
Best Sites: 80-83 (82 is pictured above, but steep)
Poor Sites: 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17-20, 22, 24-26
Hookups: Electric, Water & Sewer
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes