I did not spend the night here, but it appears to be unsheltered from the weather that blows in off the Straight of Juan de Fuca, and also faces the Port Townsend to Keystone Cove (Coupville, or Fort Casey) ferry.
Considering the potential severity of the weather that could blow into this location, I would imagine that only peak weekends would see this location overcrowded.
However, the campground is located right on the beach, and it could be attractive for some.
There are 35 camp sites, which are closed from November 1 to April 1 (as is the rest of the park).
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