Reservations for the peak season at the Hoh Campground in Olympic National Park are now available online through recreation.gov. For 2021, reservations are available for June 1 through September 15. All campsites at the Hoh Campground are reservable for the peak season making it easier to plan a trip to the national park. Any unreserved or canceled sites will be sold in person at the Hoh Visitor Center. Outside of the reservation period, campsites will remain available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Starting next summer, the reservation period for the Hoh Campground will be the same as Kalaloch and Mora campgrounds—the Wednesday before Memorial Day weekend through mid-September. The reservation system releases availability for campsites on a 6-month rolling basis. This means that on Nov. 25 you can reserve a campsite for a trip beginning May 25. Reservations become available at 7 a.m.
Reservations through recreation.gov are also available for the peak season at Kalaloch and Mora campgrounds. Sol Duc Campground and Sol Duc RV Park are both managed by Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort and reservations are available online at recreation.gov. Campsite reservations for Log Cabin Resort RV & Campground at Lake Crescent are available by phone at (888) 896-3818. All other campgrounds in Olympic National Park are first-come, first-served.
Visitors can purchase a park entrance pass online at recreation.gov at no additional cost.
For more information on camping at Olympic National Park, visit the park website at nps.gov/olym/planyourvisit/camping.htm.