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Deer Park Campground

Olympic National Park, WA
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04/06/2017 05/06/2017
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    2 adults
    • 2 adults
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        1 - 5 of 9 reviews

        Reviewed 8 January 2017

        On a Saturday morning my son and I left the warmth of the Port Angeles (June 2016) and drove up the 10 mile gravel /muddy road to Deer Park Campground & found a few campers brushing the snow off their tents. It warmed up to...More

        Thank dave m
        Reviewed 6 July 2016 via mobile

        The drive up was enough to genuinely scare my passengers, but it was very manageable when taken slowly. It's steep, narrow, and winds endlessly to the top. There are only 14 sites. All are in decent repair and have firepits. Some have great views of...More

        5  Thank Sadeeq S
        Reviewed 27 October 2015

        Yeah, the road's kinda twisty, but if you take it slow not all that scary -- accessible to any sensibly driven passenger car. Awesome views from the campground. You really feel that you are in amongst the mountains. Drive beyond the campground to the road...More

        Thank BallardBeaver
        Reviewed 16 September 2015

        We arrived at about 2 PM and had a lot of trouble finding a spot. We found what looked like it could be a place and camped for the night there and then left the next day because we were afraid of getting fined. There...More

        Thank ellera3
        Reviewed 10 September 2015

        First thing is this: If you are really afraid of heights, be aware that the road to get here is narrow, winding, and has sheer drops. Second tip is to bring water, as there is none on top or easy to reach rivers. If you're...More

        3  Thank RRH-pdx
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        • Olympic National Park
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        hairymountainbeast
        I'm wondering how the biting fly situation is likely to be in mid August? My daughter has a severe allergy to fly bites, so we need to be mindful of these things. Also wondering about the availability of water. I understand no running water or streams, but how about snow? I'm used to the west side of the cascades, so trying to figure this out.
        2 August 2016|
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        Sarah_SQ6334SQ
        Does it get real windy at Deer Park campground? We are considering camping here in June, but are concerned that at this altitude there would be little shelter from trees. Also, are there very many hiking trails up here? Would it be a good place to spend 2-3 days?
        3 September 2015|
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