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Dosewallips State Park, Washington State
(3.9/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Dosewallips State Park is a 425acre Washington state park on Hood Canal in Jefferson County. The park has of saltwater shoreline in addition to of freshwater shoreline on each side of the Dosewallips River. Park activities include picnicking, camping, hiking on of trails, boating, fishing, swimming, scuba diving, clam digging, crabbing, beachcombing, birdwatching, wildlife viewing, and horseshoes.
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  • We looked at other sites along Hwy 101 and felt that they were either too compact or too noisy. This campground, while adjacent to 101, as they all seem to be, is lovely and quiet. The sites are large...  more »
  • We stayed in tent sites and some of our friends stayed in platform tents. The campgrounds were well maintained. They really, really enforce quiet hours. I have stayed at a few campgrounds around Washi...  more »
  • These cabins are perfect if you're not into tent camping, and don't have an RV. Ours was quit new, although we saw older ones on the loop. No bathroom or kitchen, but bathrooms close by. Running water...  more »
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  • First time camping here. It was fun and alot of things to do! Camp grounds were clean and ranger station had wood and ice so we didn't have to keep going to the store. Clamming and oyster shucking was a blast. Definitely will be back. Ocean and river access from the campsite. . So much fun!!
  • Camped here for one night since it was one of the few places that still had space left. The campsite was fairly nice as it was reasonably private but it is a fairly busy campground and if you are in the loop closer to the ocean it is fairly load from the people and the highway. Bathroom is decent and does have a shower.
  • We will never go there again. It was full, and they had brought in sani cans for to help with too few restrooms. This would have been great, except halfway through Saturday they closed those. 6 stalls for the entire camp ground... Over one hundred sites. Then as I was driving out, in 1st gear, the ranger jumped in front of me as if I was about to hit something. I stopped, and rolled down the window, and was yelled at that the speed limit was 5mph. Again, I was in 1st... So was going under 10mph, and no one else was around. She had allowed the previous people to leave all their wood (since there was a burn ban) so we had to move that in order to set up tents. There's basically no privacy between sites, unless you are on the edge. Never ever again.
  • Best place to sit back and enjoy nature. Clam digging is the best and its close to our favorite nursery Whitney's Garden
  • Nice camp ground. Staff kept a clean quiet facility. Could use a couple more restroom/shower buildings. Not a must go destination but a good base camp location for day trip excursions.