Peaceful and private site with a mountain view, surrounded by nature. Located in a quiet neighborhood you will find deer often wandering by and fall asleep to the harmony of coyotes blending with the evening birdcalls. Wake in the morning to the cattle letting the nearby farmer know it’s breakfast time. A 4 minute drive from quaint downtown shopping and dining. Hiking, fishi
Peaceful and private site with a mountain view, surrounded by nature. Located in a quiet neighborhood you will find deer often wandering by and fall asleep to the harmony of coyotes blending with the evening birdcalls. Wake in the morning to the cattle letting the nearby farmer know it’s breakfast time. A 4 minute drive from quaint downtown shopping and dining. Hiking, fishing, beaches, biking, kayaking, paddle boarding, rainforest and mountain lakes all within a day trip.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Olympic RV haven in Washington.
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Peaceful stay in a beautiful area
Spent 4 days here, and loved it. Engaged hosts were responsive and helpful with recommendations of what to do in the area. Plenty of stores to resupply very close by, and a dump station for $10 at the Chevron at 822 E Washington St recommended by the host. Sequim area is gorgeous, well worth a visit!
Located outside of town in a rural residential and quiet setting. It’s a wide open space in a big yard, in between two properties. Great location for exploring the area, easy pull in and turn around
The hosts were nice enough, but there was ZERO privacy and apparently the neighbor’s property line was inches from the camp area; we were warned not to step over it. It just felt stressful -like there was some kind of neighbor feud and we could exacerbate unintentionally. There was also dog poop lying around from previous visitors, and lotion detector lights from the hosts’ garage shining in our eyes a few times. It was just unpleasant. We were there two nights and did all we could to stay away, when we usually like to enjoy the view and relax in our chairs in the evening.
Quiet, peaceful, & beautiful
We had a wonderful, quiet few days at the Olympic RV Haven. Our hosts were incredibly kind, accommodating, and very knowledgeable about the surrounding areas. We really appreciated how open they were in sharing the hidden treasures of the Olympic/Dungeness area. We had a blast exploring it with our kiddos❤️
Clean, quiet, and friendly.
We really thought this location was great as far as being closer to amenities. It was decently close to some of the Olympic National Park, 30 min to visitor center, hour to Hurricane Ridge or Piedmont. We loved the proximity to the Olympic Discovery Trail which we linked to in multiple spots that were just a quick drive away. The neighborhood was perfect for evening walks, with a few wildlife sightings. We had most of our days filled with smoke but on a clear day we could see the Olympic Mountains from our front step. Cell signal (both ATT and TMobile) were both great without any issues.
One thing to note, this spot is decently close to the owners house with no barrier. The neighbors property is right next to the RV site so we had to retrain our normal RV mentality to hanging out on the opposite side of our trailer because a step from our porch rug was into their property. We were fine with the spot for our needs but thought that could have been better explained even though it wouldn't have prevented us from booking :)
We booked last minute with no problem and we're thankful for our spot the week we stayed!
Base camp: town, parks and boating
The hosts were hospital even before we arrived and throughout our stay. We used the site as a base camp given it’s conveniently located near the town, parks and boat ramp. While my husband and I shelled crab the kids played games on their lawn and interacted periodically with the hosts.