Located near the Quileute Indian Village of LaPush. Just minutes to five great beaches including Rialto. Great surfing, hiking, kayaking, bicycling, or bring your own horses. Halfway between the Sol Duc River and the Bogachiel.
We have a five acre heavily wooded campsite with shaded glens for tents.
Definitely NOT "glamping."
Two RV hookups
Indoor heated area for sleeping bag, hammock or cot.
Free Wifi, free firewood, bath house, walking distance to two great fly-fishing rivers including the Sol Duc and the Bogachiel.
Minutes from Lake Pleasant for bass fishing, a few more to Lake Crescent for trout fishing.
On half mile south of 3 Rivers Resort which has full service convenience store, restaurant and gas pumps.
Resident Elk herd passes through often so be alert to wildlife. They'll go back up in the mountains in June when the snow melts up there.
5 minutes to La Push Marina with access to the Pacific Ocean,
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Shangri La Push
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
When we arrived we felt a little unsure about the place. We were not sure about what to expect but we thought the site was going to be more isolated from the road. The campsite is at a lot with an empty trailer, pickups and an old school bus. Although we never met the host I texted him and he was very responsive and helpful. The site is very basic but it offered a bathroom, wifi, and free firewood which was great. We ended up meeting the other crew that was staying there and had a nice group campfire.
A pretty low key spot to park your campervan or throw up a tent. There's quite a number of spots around the property to put up a tent. There's a restroom with a toilet and shower which is big bonus. The location is prime being just a few minutes drive from Second Beach trailhead or Rialto Beach.
Shangria La Push isn't fancy but it gets the job done if you're looking for a low key place to stay for the night. The bathroom was clean, plenty of toilet paper, and a flush toilet. Water wasn't potable, but there was a shower. Probably won't be cell service but the wifi worked great.
My biggest concern was the fire pit. It's a wheel of some sort in the grass. It's a decent size but I didn't find it completely safe. Early on in the fire, the grass next to the pit caught on fire,; we quickly put it out and after dousing the grass with water, there were no more issues. There was plenty of free firewood.
There is lots of space to set up tents or chairs, but note that the ground is quite bumpy. Using a camp mat or mattress would probably make for more comfortable sleeping, without any it was quite bumpy.
Nice basic place to stay close to La push, the host, Dale, was a nice bloke. Some traffic noise if you're bothered about that kind of thing but you can find camping further away from the road than where we camped.
Overall with wifi and a flushing toilet it was pretty good.
Great location! This was in the perfect spot for wanting to explore the coast in the NP.
Where to set up our tent was a little confusing, but we were the only ones there so we picked a fairly mowed down area and set up there. It was nice to have wifi and a working toilet in the bathroom. I never did find the potable water hose (instructions on where this is would be helpful).
This site is pretty basic and gets the job done in a convenient location.
Since it was my first time using hipcamp I didn't know what to expect. Dale is great, he texted back as soon as he could when I had questions, and I got to meet and chat with him. The site has the very basic but important necessities such as a bathroom and shower, and theres wood provided for the fire pit. The site is what I expected based on Hipcamp's summary and its minutes away from Rialto and Second Beach!