Hipcamp host Mark L.
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OUR CAMPING EXPERIENCE - We have a large open lawn area that's easy for RV parking and tent camping. 

We also have a secluded new Ridge site now open for tent camping. Accessed by foot only, take the steep trail at the center-back of the lawn area uphill some 30 feet south adding 30 feet elevation. The ridge is home to the neighborhood's second highest point and the

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OUR CAMPING EXPERIENCE - We have a large open lawn area that's easy for RV parking and tent camping. 

We also have a secluded new Ridge site now open for tent camping. Accessed by foot only, take the steep trail at the center-back of the lawn area uphill some 30 feet south adding 30 feet elevation. The ridge is home to the neighborhood's second highest point and the property's largest old growth.  The site is ~15' above Dolly Varden Drive, where you may park for closer vehicle access via a steep roadside climb.  The site will be very private as this road has no residences and little if any traffic.  The clearing is surrounded by plants and well-hidden from the rest of the property and all other structures. 

In other photos we show tent use of the large lawn area where you may find camping more convenient. Other than adjacent to the owner's carport, the entire grass area of approximately a half acre is available for your camping use on a first-set up, first-served basis.  If you get here and your first choice is available, take it.  

Please enjoy but DO NOT TOUCH our kinetic wind sculpture by Andrew Carson.  Do not play or throw anything in vicinity of the metal and glass art.  Thank you!

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION -- You're camping in one of the closest sites to Rialto Beach  and Olympic National Park.  Our land is part of a mixed use rural neighborhood immediately adjacent to the Clallam County River Park. While near the ever booked Mora campground,  we limit our campers and that means you will enjoy substantial land use compared to typical state park camp sites.

Rialto sunsets are often world-class photography opportunities.  Many bring firewood for beach campfires.  Swimming is not recommended due to undertow.

Many Rialto sunset videos and other regional attractions are incorporated into the Facebook page Twilight967 for local radio station  KBDB 96.7 FM.

The best beach hike goes up Rialto Beach to the Hole in The Wall outcropping.  This is best accomplished around low tides, so check the tables at the Mora campground ranger station. Dogs are allowed on leash north to Ellen Creek. Rialto Beach has summer season handicap access from the parking lot to a beach viewing site, and toilet facilities year-round.  The trailhead is the only access for 17 miles of roadless Pacific Coast trail until the Ranger Station at Lake Ozette. 

Nearby Mora Campground has trailheads for the Slough and James Pond trails. Boat ramps are nearby just off the 110 Spur where the Sol Duc and Dicky Rivers meet the Quillayute. 

On the way to LaPush, Third Beach trail is a 1-1/2 mile hike, and Second Beach a 1-1/4 mile hike to secluded beaches.  Downhill from Second Beach parking, the tsunami evacuation trail leads to the south end of First Beach, and this is less than a mile round trip from parking. 

The immediate neighborhood is a older sub-development with investment in recent years.  Zoning is mixed-use rural with open fields, some camping, some vacation rentals, some residences, and some livestock.  

ACCOMMODATIONS AND SEASONAL NOTES

We provide a regularly maintained porta potty for campers use only from June-August.  The grounds are too wet to support the maintenance truck by mid September until May  Therefore, we support dry camping only during those months.  Site is located a short walk to River Park Road and the Clallam County Park's vault toilet.   The private road off Richwine that allows pedestrian traffic to the park.  

During the rainy months of October - April it is quite possible to get stuck in the mud here.  Examine the grounds before driving at your own risk, or access your site via parking on Coho or Dolly Varden. 

The owner lives seasonally in trailer on property from March until early August. A portable sanitation unit with weekly service is on-site from May 27 - August 31. Limited hot and unlimited cold water at the outdoor sink will be available until frost. Rainwater collection is available in remaining months. 110 volt charging station and assorted recreational equipment in the carport is available to campers for their use during their stay, including hand truck, shovel, tarp, clam digger, fishing rods and limited gear. 

Additional services are available with a discounted group rate;  Surfing lessons, Fishing guides, Hiking tours, ATV Rentals and even horseback riding on trails or the sand beaches.

WI-FI and CELL SERVICE

Verizon Wireless provides LTE coverage to the location a speeds that are seasonally marginal.  They support a cordless phone with domestic calls enabled for guest use that we provide in the outside sink area.  We do not offer wi-fi in 2019, but currently plan to offer guests 40Mbs downloads in the 2020 peak season.  

Other carriers phone and data services may be marginal to non-existent outside of Forks, so those subscribers are advised download our driving directions before leaving Forks or have a satellite GPS system.   

FIRE POLICY -  An area for a small campfire (use subject to seasonal restrictions) is adjacent to the Ridge camp site.  Campers may dig your own 2 foot diameter fire pit on any lawn area site and use subject to seasonal restrictions.  Campers are responsible for tending to and completely extinguishing your with water any fire leaving your immediate attention.   We provide a bucket and water source at the outdoor sink

DINING and COMMERCE

Three Rivers Resort on State Route 110 at Mora road at 2 miles away is the closest store with grocery provisions.  The general store has a selection of native jewelry and art for sale.  The restaurant offers eat-in or take-out dining with hours varied seasonally and you can phone in your order.  Groceries and fuel and convenience take-out is also available in La Push at the Lonesome Creek Store.  The Rivers Edge Restaurant is La Push is another dining choice with excellent waterfront location.   Forks supports a Subway, food trucks and several other dining choices, as well as laundry, provisions, hardware and auto parts. 

REGIONAL ATTRACTIONS

If your tire of the coast here, try a totally different coast at Ruby Beach 30 miles south.   Before that, you can take the Oil City Road several miles down the Hoe River to park at the mouth of the river to the Pacific. 

Divert from 101 South via the Moclips Highway that goes to a funky beach town, and you can drive your vehicle onto a hard packed sand beach access from various points on the State Route 109 Hidden Coast.   Further south, Quinault Beach Resort and Casino in Ocean Shores is a full-service hotel, resort and casino on the beach. 

Many regional attractions are incorporated into the Facebook page Twilight967 for local radio station  KBDB 96.7 FM.

To the east, Lake Crescent is on the 101 route to Forks, and the Spruce Rail Tunnel is a new attraction on the Olympic Discover Trail.  Port Angeles is a port city with daily ferry visitors from Victoria BC and a redeveloping downtown and waterfront.  Olympic Game Farm in Sequim is a great in-car photo safari experience.  Sequim is overrun with retirees from California.  Discovery Bay has a great nature preserve over the reclaimed marsh. The rail cars used to sell ice cream treats for kids and now house one of two Discovery Bay cannabis shops.  Port Townsend is the Jefferson County seat, and Astorian-age port of departure for the Alaska gold rush with older architecture of interest and an arts and culture hub.   Port Gamble is a company town of preserved historic significance.  

To the Northeast,  State Route 113 north passes unmarked Beaver Falls and Beaver Lake, which is a popular fishing facility.    At State Route 112, go east the coastal villages of Clallam Bay and Seiku.   Continue further east to Neah Bay and secure a Makah Recreational use permit for access the world-famous Cape Flattery and Shi Shi Beach trails.  

Alternatively, the Hoko-Ozette Road starts with a historic farm land, and takes you past several tree farms to a remote Lake Ozette.   Also accessed here are the Ozette ocean trails in Olympic National Park Land.  

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans, trailers, RVs
2 sites
Up to 8 guests per site
Park at listing
No ADA access
Essentials
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Pull-in site, max length 37ft
Water hookups
Amenities
Potable water available
Bins available
No kitchen
No showers
No picnic table
No wifi
Have a question? Send Mark a message!
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Super Strict
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 25% off

Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Biking
Boating
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback riding
Paddling
Surfing
Wildlife watching

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Quiet clearing minutes from Rialto in Washington.

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Hipcamper Kassi
Kassi K.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
July 17th, 2019

Host was super awesome, friendly, and easy to contact. We loved staying there and we loved how clean it was. He did well making us feel welcome.

Hipcamper Mark
Response from Mark, the Host, on July 21st, 2019

Thanks Kassi. Please come and camp again!

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Hipcamper Emily
Emily S.
recommends this listing.
(Dispersed site)
August 12th, 2019

This campsite was awesome! The porta potty was super clean and well-kept, and the area was super quiet and peaceful!

Property
100 Coho Drive
State
Washington
$16/night
2 Sites