Once covered by forests of Cedar trees with a few Madrona and evergreens, many were left during clear cutting and nicely spaced providing ample space for campers. A quiet, private, off-road and gated 4 acres blocked from view of the road by tall trees and natural shrubs. Situated on the edge of the Lower Elwha Reservation about 125 feet a above the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Go
Once covered by forests of Cedar trees with a few Madrona and evergreens, many were left during clear cutting and nicely spaced providing ample space for campers. A quiet, private, off-road and gated 4 acres blocked from view of the road by tall trees and natural shrubs. Situated on the edge of the Lower Elwha Reservation about 125 feet a above the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Gorgeous mornings, cool, moderate temps typical for the area.
Camp is located in a rural residential area with easy access from the road. Guests have ample room to set up camps with drive-through capabilities. Lets be honest, who likes to back up with a trailer? Lots of space allotted for each site without sitting on top of a neighboring camper.
Positioned at the edge of rain forest, just a few miles from Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Hoh Rain Forest, Lake Crescent and Lake Sutherland, tide pools, surfing, and just walking distance (1 mile) from the Olympic Discovery Trail. 7 miles to catch a Whale Watching tour, the Black Ball Ferry to Victoria, BC, great food in Port Angeles, Sequim, and a short drive to Port Townsend or Forks, WA. Fishing, hiking, swimming, dining, festivals, markets, art galleries, wineries and casinos, all within a short distance. Take a look at this fun site to help you plan your activities: "stepoutside.org/port-angeles-wa/"
We have a small office and fun little retail store that offers brochures on area activities as well as local art, honey, spices, original paintings, greeting cards, soaps, candles and a few essentials to make your visit more comfortable.
We are approximately 20 miles south of the Canadian coastline. As a result, Canadian cell towers may pick up your cell service with a "Welcome to Canada" message. A quick call to your carrier will set them straight so you're not charged for international roaming.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
1 mile away from the Olympic Discovery Trail https://olympicdiscoverytrail.org/
5 miles away from the Port Angeles Marina.
Fishing on the Strait of Juan de Fuca or on lakes close by such as Lake Sutherland and neighboring Lake Crescent.
Located at the base of the Olympic Mountains, nice hiking trails to Cape Flattery, lighthouses, Hurricane Ridge and more.
Wildlife is in abundance here. At camp it is likely you will see Bald Eagles, hawks, a few ravens, deer, and maybe a blue herro...Read more
Natural features you'll find at At the Cedar's Edge in Washington.
Places to see near At the Cedar's Edge
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Beautiful spot to camp!
Great camping place!! Beautiful, quiet and well maintained! Gina was the best host, her attentiveness was above and beyond! She was well informed about the area as well! The faculties were clean and easily accessible.
Camping at Cedar's Edge was great! Gina was a great host - greeting us with a lovely welcome bag and setting us up with a lovely site. Everything was clean and very well maintained. Gina was great to communicate with throughout. We would definitely stay again!
Excellent spot close to onp
This was our first experience using hipcamp and it turned out better than expected! Gina was a fantastic host and made sure our needs were met, and more! Communication was easy and prompt. Quiet property with plenty of space and cute, friendly dogs to pet. Conveniently located close to Olympic National Park. We’d definitely stay here again. Thank you Gina for our wonderful stay!