The vibe at Kalaloch Campground
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For site groups A-F, reserve early and search for the smallest sites - this is definitely car camping, but it's possible to avoid the heaviest RV areas and find a secluded site with beach access.
We had a really great spot, A20's, right in front of the ocean. We booked it a few months in advance, but it was well worth the planning. Really amazing to be right next to the open ocean like that, but still in the woods.
I had Ocean view and loved it, if you schedule early they are easy to come by. Very clean place. Good privacy between spots. Had a great time here last fall. The only downside is there is NO public or park showers.
We stayed here Sept. 2016 with our 1 year old son, "W." It was wonderful! We had a nice large site that allowed for W to explore safely. He loved the beach and the campground is close to other great beaches, including Ruby Beach. We will definitely go back!
Of all the campgrounds we visited on our nearly three-month-long road trip, Kalaloch ranks amongst the very best. Perched on a bluff overlooking the ocean, you get to wake up and fall asleep to the sound of crashing waves. Spot E6 has to be one of the best camp spots on the West coast. We spent hours sitting there, watching the whale spouts rise above the ocean's surface. If you can, try to reserve in advance! In terms of amenities, each loop at the campground has a clean bathroom with running water. Be sure to explore the tide pools and intertidal rocks at the nearby beaches (Ruby Beach was our favorite.) Also, if you're hungrier than you planned for, the lodge just down the road has great food, especially the veggie burger!