It’s hard to choose the best campground at Olympic; this national park has so many different ecosystems within its boundaries that all of its campgrounds are worth a night’s stay. For truly epic sunset views, though, the Kalaloch Campground can’t be beat. Perched on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this 166-site campground feels like it’s on the edge of the world, or at least North America, because it is. You can even see the view from your tent if you select the right campsite. Kalaloch Campground is open year-round and has firepits, flush toilets, potable water and an RV dump station.
Submitted By ProCamper