Log Cabin Resort, Port Angeles, Olympic National Park, Washington

In record breaking heat, we opted to leave (sadly) Sol Duc Campground in Olympic National Park and head somewhere with a hookup so that we could run our A/C. We drove just a few miles east and saw Lake Crescent. I jokingly said, "Jeez, I wish we could find an RV park on that lake." Well, a few miles further we saw a sign indicating there was a resort, Log Cabin Resort, that had RV camping. We pulled in and managed to get the last available site! We found this lakeside respite to be perfect in the searing heat. We spent the afternoon soaking up the lake's cool, clear waters. The resort is located within the boundary and is a part of Olympic National Park, although the resort itself is run by an outside party. There are small cabins for rent, as well as the campsites. Most sites have lakeviews and hookups. A few sites are designated as tent sites. Sites here are not well maintained; the grass was overgrown and sites were fairly close together. Sites lack privacy, but the view and lake access are what you are here for. The lodge, established in the late 1800's, offers Wi-Fi, a small restaurant, a bar with draft beer, a gift shop, and some conveniences. There are also many places to relax and enjoy views of the lake. There are also non-motorized water toy rentals such as kayaks, paddleboards and the like. There are also laundry and restrooms available. Reservations are recommended and day use is available.

Best Sites: 1-2, 15-17, 20, 22-26

Poor Sites: 5, 11-13

Hookups: Electric, Water & Sewer

Potable Water: Yes

Dump Within Facility: At each site