From your mossy bank perched above the panoramic Pacific, beneath burley spruce tree boughs, magic sunsets unfold at your own super-private and secluded campsite with fire-pit. Adjacent to Olympic National Park, this is the same beach and bluff that defines Kalaloch, LaPush and and other wild Washington coastal icons. As the stewards of this land, we are now inviting respe
From your mossy bank perched above the panoramic Pacific, beneath burley spruce tree boughs, magic sunsets unfold at your own super-private and secluded campsite with fire-pit. Adjacent to Olympic National Park, this is the same beach and bluff that defines Kalaloch, LaPush and and other wild Washington coastal icons. As the stewards of this land, we are now inviting respectful and responsible small groups and families to share it's beauty.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Wild Washington Coast Lookout in Washington.
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Wrong directions = missed stay
The directions that were given to us were incorrect - we plugged it into both our phone GPS can car GPS and the directions took us to the wrong driveway. There was a cable across the driveway that was locked on both sides. I texted Adam both through the app and on the phone number provided, can called multiple times, but it went straight to voicemail. We didn't hear anything back from Adam for 24 hours. As we got in very late, we didn't know what to do, so we had to scramble. Thank goodness there's a campground 5 minutes away that we were able to get a spot at. Lost out on $150 dollars.
Let the waves lull you to sleep...
This listing is seriously a hidden gem. Holy cow. It's proximity to La Push, Olympic National Park, & Forks, Wa. means this property is your Olympic Peninsula basecamp!
Each of the sites on Adam's property has an absolutely incredible view of the Pacific and access to a secluded beach on the same coastline that forms La Push, Second Beach, and many other iconic Washington locations. The flora on the property is a stunning clash between Olympic montane, and PNW rainforest. The smell of Pacific mist and the sound of crackling firewood will not be soon forgotten.
My girlfriend and I stayed here for 2 nights and we loved it. We had a great view of the ocean and there's a trail leading to the beach. Firewood was cut and available for purchase. The sites are all very private and between the dense brush separating our site from the others and the sound of the waves, we couldn't hear anyone else the entire time.
The location is within short driving distance to a lodge with a restaurant and clean bathrooms and 15 mins drive to Ruby Beach.
Our host Adam was very cool and accommodating, super friendly. Will definitely be staying here again.
Beautiful coastal getaway
We normally would not pay $75 for a camping spot, but this place was totally worth it. We stayed in hipcamp #2 and had an incredible view of the ocean. The sites were well maintained and had many trees for privacy. There is a path that leads to the beach which really sealed the deal. We came in early November and had the whole beach to ourselves. Highly recommend! A unique and beautiful experience. Thanks for having us.
Rainy november one night stay
The view and privacy was great, fell asleep listening to the waves. The portapotty, wood, dumpster, beach trail head and water (we think, didn’t use) were further from camp then expected; best guess about 1/4 mile. We may not have noticed as much if it was sunny and dry. I’m on the fence if our experience was really worth the money but I could see it being a bit different in better weather as the beach access was awesome.
Sound of the ocean...
I honestly don’t want to leave such a rave review because this is one of those spots that you want to be a best kept secret!! Nothing better than a private spot with a view, and sound of the ocean all in one! Had a nice picnic table and clean fire pit! Perfect night!
Clean, lush pacific cost stay!
Our stay at Wild WA Coast was fantastic! First, we want to thank Adam for having space for us, My husband and I were looking for a weekend camping experience to celebrate my 29th birthday. With all public lands being closed due to the pandemic it was tricky finding a place. Our buddy Levi, who owns Coast Vans suggested this spot! We left Seattle on Friday and stayed two nights at Adams spot.
Adam emailed me on Tuesday letting us know the toilets would not be available and was kind enough to give us a discount off our visit! It was very generous of him, and we appreciated the communication! The directions were extremely easy to follow and we found the spot no problem. We settled into our site and took in the views, and what amazing views! The site was gorgeous with clean, lush grass. We stayed in a camper van but still enjoyed the sounds of beach and frogs at night! Our site was about 10 minutes from the beach, which we got to shout everyday! We had the beach all to ourselves and our 3 year old goldendoodle Penny who loved all the sticks to be found! The site has fire wood for sale and a really nice little cart for toting it back and forth. There was a gas station about a mile away we stopped at once for stove propane and a potty stop. We had one set of neighbors that left Saturday morning so we had the whole property to ourselves on Saturday/Sunday. The sites were very private and we rarely heard our neighbors. It was all in all, a fantastic weekend! Thanks to Adam for being so communicative and having such a beautiful property to share with us!!
Spent a couple of nights here with friends. The view from camp was solid, but the description for Site 1 (which I assume is the farthest one north), was misleading. There was no picnic table or a fire pit as advertised other than a carved log in the brambles and a pile of rocks.
My friends were staying at Site 2, which actually had all of those things (picnic table, fire pit), as well nice flat ground unlike the rocky surface of Site 1.
When we went down to the beach, we were told by a stranger that we were not allowed on the beach because the beach is on tribal land.
Unfortunately, I never saw the host there to discuss these issues.
Overall, I would NOT recommend Site 1 due to the misleading/incorrect description of amenities and essentials. Site 2 seemed fine.