This is primitive camping at its finest. There are many great tent
This is primitive camping at its finest. There are many great tent sites scattered around the property to choose from. Three have fire rings and picnic tables. Two of the sites will accommodate two or more large tents.
Also there is a central group area with tables for stove set up and food prep. The group area has a large fire ring with benches around it and two picnic tables. This area can be quickly covered with a large tarp during rainy weather.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Fishing is available in the South Fork Skokomish River. Campers who would like to fish should familiarize themselves with curre...Read more
We are only a few miles from the Olympic National Forest South Fork Skokomish trailheads and not far from the Staircase entranc...Read more
There is usually enough water in the river for inner tubing and small kayaks.
Natural features you'll find at Cedar Arms Campground in Washington.
We are 3/4 of a mile from the Olympic National Forest boundary.
River, stream, or creek
The South Fork Skokomish River crosses the property.
The quality of the swimming hole varies from year to year but there is usually a spot or two for a good soak.
The camp is at the end of a 1/2 mile private driveway. Campers MUST drive no faster than 10 MPH. Otherwise the neighbors will c...Read more
The vibe at Cedar Arms Campground
Places to see near Skokomish Valley
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We loved the Cedar Arms Campground! The host Tom was extremely welcoming and gave us a tour of the property upon arrival. This is the perfect place to bring a bigger group. The central dining area has plenty of seating, tiki torches, a large overhead tarp, and even a little bar setup. We also took advantage of the great swimming spot in the South Fork Skokomish River that runs next to the property.
This campground is a great spot if you plan on heading up to Olympic National Park, which we did!
An incredible, lovely experience. Very beautiful and quite. Tom the host, is a very nice and knowledgable man, the area is one of a kind, I absolutely recommend it to anyone looking into it.
We went camping at Cedar Arms Campground pretty recently and I would highly recommend this campsite.
The campsite was very nice and peaceful and the overall (customer) service was amazing. Few days before our reservation, Tom (property owner) emailed and provided more detailed information including directions and such. We were leaving Bellevue (about 2.5 hours away from the campsite) in the evening time after work on Friday, so we didn't get there until almost 10pm. It was getting pretty dark and hard to see the road and signs. When we finally found the campsite, we realized that Tom had been waiting for us! He kindly guided us to our spot where we were able to set up our tent finally.
The campsite was very nice. I am assuming all spots would have the same perks, but at least for ours, we were right by the water. We set up our tent so we can face the water when we unzip our tent right away. In the morning, we woke up to the sound of birds, and when we looked outside, it was just sooooooo pretty.
I would highly recommend Cedar Arms!
Such a neat little spot. Tom was super welcoming and knowledgeable about the area. The sites are well-organized so that you're not really next to anyone, and the group area has a nice big fire ring.
Tom's land was beautiful. The river was amazing. Lots of exploring and so close to Olympic national forest. Great for groups of families with kids. The only downside is the water is kind of far from the campsites, so bring big containers.