We've updated our terms of service. Learn more here.

Discover the best camping in Coastal

Book tent sites, cabins, RV parks, and more.

Camping in Coastal

Coastal camping in Washington is truly beautiful. With miles of ocean shoreline to be explored, take advantage of the coast for water activities galore.

Outdoor stays for every style

Find your new favorite spot.

Value Prop
Value Prop

Rocky cliffs rise from swirling seas. Mysterious mists swirl across sandy beaches, and deep green forests hide hidden trails just begging to be explored. This is the Washington coast—a landscape so beguiling that it attracts adventure-seekers from around the world. Just two hours from Seattle, Olympic National Park is the perfect base for a weekend or multi-week adventure. With 73 miles of wild coast and 611 miles of hiking trails, it has something for everyone. Summit one of the Olympic Mountains for a killer view of the Pacific, or fish in more than 3,000 miles of rivers and streams. Don’t miss a stroll through Hoh Rain Forest, a moss-covered wonderland that’s straight out of a fairytale. There are 14 campgrounds in the park, many open year-round, which covers almost one million acres of land on the Olympic Peninsula. Most park campgrounds welcome both tents and RVs, but only two—Sol Duc and Log Cabin Resort—offer water and electrical hookups. Keep in mind that most campgrounds are first-come, first-served; arrive early for the best spots. Outside of the park, the beach is the star of the show. Slip into a wetsuit and hit the waves at Neah Bay or First Beach near La Push (two of the most popular surfing spots in Washington State). Speaking of waves—the best time to see them is in the fall when gales create swells of up to 150 feet. Or, try your hand at clamming and crabbing at Cape Disappointment State Park at the mouth of the Columbia River. Want to explore the northern coast? Book a campsite on the islands of the Puget Sound for stunning Seattle views. Blake Island Marine State Park, which is accessible only by boat, offers fishing, hiking, and diving. For a classic Pacific Northwest experience, head for the San Juan Islands. Here, you can camp by serene seas and wake up to views of snow-capped Mt. Baker.

Hipcamp is created with ❤️ and hope for our future.