Description

Don’t you just wish there was a place where just beyond the tree after tree there was a massive blue lake holding out its arms out to you in a welcoming embrace for you jump in and puddle cuddle? Well here it is! Fairholme Campground sits on the west end of Crescent Lake, the second largest lake in Washington. It’s clear blue waters are a main attraction for visitors and with Continue reading...
Don’t you just wish there was a place where just beyond the tree after tree there was a massive blue lake holding out its arms out to you in a welcoming embrace for you jump in and puddle cuddle? Well here it is! Fairholme Campground sits on the west end of Crescent Lake, the second largest lake in Washington. It’s clear blue waters are a main attraction for visitors and with plenty of sites, Fairholme’s got room for everyone.
Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans, trailers, rv & moto...
No. of sites
88
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to people per site
Potable water available
Fires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Picnic table available
No RV hookup
Boating
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback riding
Paddling
Climbing
Snow sports
Wildlife watching
Biking
Wind sports
OHV
Surfing
Swimming
Whitewater paddling
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Hipcamper Alie
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This campground is my favorite I've ever camped at. There is a set of campsites that are walk in only, and are located RIGHT on the lake's shore. Can't wait to come back and snag one of those coveted spots!

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Hipcamper Lauren
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This place fills up fast on holiday weekends. If you're able to have a flexible schedule I'd recommend getting there early. Other than the walk-in sites, the C-loop is closest to the lake. But A and B loops are just as nice (with A-loop being the furthest from the lake). It's a fantastic, well-maintained campground and served as the perfect base camp for all of my Olympic National Park endeavors.

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Hipcamper Kelly
No recommendation provided

We were nervous about a first-come campground, but took a chance. We were traveling late July, arriving on a Monday (which we hoped would better our chances of getting a good spot). We had an decent drive, and arrived around noon. At that time, there were lots of spots to choose from, including a few overlooking the lake, and a couple that were immediately on the lake (but a bit of a walk)! The prime spots filled within an hour of our arrival, but by evening there were still many spots to choose from for the late arrivals.

It was a magical campsite, and the lake is beautiful. My favorite thing was getting up to watch the sunrise over the hills. Bathrooms were very clean. I highly recommend this campground!

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Park
Olympic National Park
State
Washington
Phone Number
(360) 565-3130
Directions
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Official Website
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Coordinates
48.068° N, 123.916° W
$12/night
Tent / RV / Trailer: 88 Sites
(Up to people per site)