Overview of Graves Creek Campground
Last Price Paid: $20
Reported by FourFeetFourPaws on 7/7/2020
Number of Sites 30
Elevation 524 ft / 159 m
Max Stay 14
Max Length 21 ft
Tent Camping Yes
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“A place to stay before a backpack trip. ”
After dropping backpackers off, I did a drive through this campground.
The road there was in amazing shape as of 7/7/2020. After leaving Highway 101, it is 7 miles of paved road and then 11 miles of gravel/dirt road that is a little wider than a one lane road and follows the river. As you enter the National Park the road narrows further with occasional places to pull over for an oncoming vehicle.
There are signs saying the road is not suitable for RV’s. I’d agree. There are some narrow areas and 2 small bridge creek crossings that are very narrow. Going up we did not encounter another vehicle, coming back I did. There were 20 cars at the trailhead, so it is well traveled.
It’s an older campground with tables, fire pits and pit toilets. Some sites are very small, some sites are on the river. In July, midweek there were 7 sites occupied by tenters.
The camping rate was $20, which I think was overpriced for what you get and the time it takes to get here. If the dirt road was in bad shape, I don’t think it would be worth it for sure. I would consider camping here though if you were going to backpack out of this area on the Graves Creek Trail or The East Fork Quinault River Trail.
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- dry camping
- picnic area
- recreation trail
- fire ring
- picnic table
- water available
Quiet, private, green, with hiking trails nearby
Rain Forest Family Campground
As of now they are requiring reservations, never did before.
Large parking area, 5 small walk in sites @ $25.
A tiny Rain Forest gem
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