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Reviewed 20 August 2017

We stayed in campsite 9 with some Dusky Grouse and black tailed deer. Beautiful views, even with wildfire haze from BC. YOu can see the glacier covered peaks in the rest of the park. Good hiking and scrambling, beautiful sunsets. Some lean-tos available. My only...More

2  Thank kathrynm222017
Reviewed 19 July 2017

I went last weekend to deer park campground. It was a longgggg drive to the top with narrow gravel roads most of the time. Our Honda crv did fine going up the road but we would just have to pull off to the side when...More

1  Thank Brittany S
Reviewed 11 July 2017

It's a ways up a windy dirt road but boy is it worth it. Camping this high up in the park was one of the best highlights from my latest trip to the Pacific northwest. We laid out in our hammocks overlooking the snow capped...More

1  Thank David S
Reviewed 8 January 2017

On a Saturday morning my son and I left the warmth of the Port Angeles (June 2016) and drove up the 10 mile gravel /muddy road to Deer Park Campground & found a few campers brushing the snow off their tents. It warmed up to...More

2  Thank dave m
Reviewed 6 July 2016 via mobile

The drive up was enough to genuinely scare my passengers, but it was very manageable when taken slowly. It's steep, narrow, and winds endlessly to the top. There are only 14 sites. All are in decent repair and have firepits. Some have great views of...More

5  Thank Sadeeq S
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United States > Washington > Olympic National Park
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Deer Park Campground Hotel Olympic National Park
Deer Park Campground Olympic National Park, Washington
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17 July 2017|
Response from Brittany S | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is room in most parts. Drive slowly and just back up to a wider spot if you encounter another car and no room to go around.
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