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Overview of Falls View Campground
Last Price Paid: $10
Reported by Peter Milliron on 8/6/2015
Number of Sites 30
Pad Type gravel
Open Seasonally Yes
Elevation 426 ft / 129 m
Max Stay 14
Max Length 35 ft
Tent Camping Yes
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“Basic but relaxing . . .”
Tuesday morning I wasn't quite sure where I was gonna camp at the end of the day. I was headed towards the Olympic National Forest in Washington but hadn't found a place for the next couple of days. After taking a look at a bunch of options, I finally called the local NFS ranger station. I asked about the Big Creek Campground, which looked like a good spot but found it was closed for renovations (for the last two years, btw). They recommended Fall Views, which was a bit further up the highway and "usually the last to fill up."
Fall Views Campground is your basic National Forest Service (NFS) campground. Pretty basic with no hookups for RVers but a picnic table and fire ring in each site. There are something like 30 spots and less than a third are occupied today. The only real drawback is that the close proximity to Highway 101 provides a bit of "white noise." Nothing that kept me from sleeping soundly however.
There's not a ton to do here but it was a great place to relax for a couple of days. My dog and I hiked a short trail along the Quilcene River this morning. Except for climbing back up a couple of hundred feet at the end, it was an easy and very pleasant hike.
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- dry camping
- picnic area
- water access
- fire ring
- picnic table
- pull thru
- restrooms: vault
Fine for an overnighter
- 7 & 1 Adventures
One of our favorites so far!
Great for Group Camping
- Aaron B.
Home of the Apple-Throwing Trees from the Wizard of Oz
One of the most beautiful campgrounds ever!
- The Taste For Adventure
Muddy, but good base for touring and hiking
- Stan Burnett
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