Before we list all the awesome things to do we want to ask that everyone read through all the information such as rules and safety, etc. Also, Google maps frequently instructs to turn on Raleigh Road please don't. Kreaman Road is a little further down Camp Hayden. Now for the good stuff!! We are located on the southern side at the base of Striped Peak, surrounded by Douglas
Before we list all the awesome things to do we want to ask that everyone read through all the information such as rules and safety, etc. Also, Google maps frequently instructs to turn on Raleigh Road please don't. Kreaman Road is a little further down Camp Hayden. Now for the good stuff!! We are located on the southern side at the base of Striped Peak, surrounded by Douglas Fir and Alder trees. Salt Creek Recreation Area is a short distance from the campsite with access to Crescent Beach and Striped Peak Trail leading to a secret beach. Hurricane Ridge, Crescent Lake, Sol Duc River and Olympic Hot Springs, Marymere Falls, The Olympic Discovery Trail, Olympic National Forest and so much more are located at reasonable distances. There is so much to do you might have a hard time choosing after looking at all the possibilities.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Peak's Edge in Washington.
Places to see near Melodie W.’s Land
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Peak's Edge was a simple place to stay in a great location. We loved the proximity to the national park and the Salt Creek recreation area. The property was quiet (you could hear neighborhood chickens) dark and super clean.
Site 2 is the way to go
We had a one night stay in site 2 to be closer to Hurricane Ridge. Pleasantly surprised by the spaciousness. It's semi-private. The other campers were friendly which is always a plus. Really appreciated Melodie's directions as Google Maps were entirely inaccurate. Also the neighbor's animals were really not a bother.
This was an easy site in a beautiful area of the country. As the past reviews have said, the neighbors’ animals are VERY loud. I’ve had chickens and also lived on a ranch, so those reviews did not worry me. But the acoustics around the tent site is such that I even had a difficult time sleeping with the farm noise. Second night, I was prepared with ear plugs and slept much better. Campsite was lovely with a table, fire pit, and non potable water with a short walk to the very clean porta potty.
Definitely check out Sandy Point and all of the gorgeous hikes the area has to offer.
We needed lots of bug spray for the mosquitos at the camp site. It is a heavily wooded area with easy parking and beautiful wild blackberry bushes. Thank you Melodie for sharing your place to strangers.