The final stop of our Olympic National Park #Airstream Trip was Kalaloch Campgrounds. One of the most desired camping parks in the PNW. This time of year, all campsites are ONLY First Come, First Serve, so you need to chance your luck to get a coveted Kalaloch Ocean Front campsite. We were lucky and found an ocean front site big enough to fit our airstream!
At 4:20 of the video – We do a drive thru of the ocean front campsites that fit RV/Trailers in the Kalaloch A Loop. B & C Loops have less available ocean front sites and it was closed for repairs during our trip. I recommend arriving on Tuesday or Wednesday as the campgrounds are slowest. We arrived early Thursday morning and shortly after all ocean fronts were taken. During First Come/First Serve “Off Season”, You need to find an empty site first, and put something there to save it. Then register & pay at the parking lot registration site. There is a host, who is great at checking the sites to make sure everyone is registered.
We spent 2 nights dry camping here and spent most of the time exploring the beach. On the campground’s beach there is the Tree of Life, held up only by its strong roots.
This was the end of such a fun, spontaneous Olympic Peninsula road trip. But in a week we are excited to fly to Hawaii for 1 month!! ✈️ Videos to follow. This is the first time we’ve been on a plane since COVID started.
Other blogs posts of this Olympic National Park road trip:
2nd stop, Sol Duc Campground:
1st stop, Port Townsend RV Park:
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Thanks so much for your site and postings. What time of year was this trip? Spring or fall? Looks beautiful!