Clallam County Parks operates a campground located at the north end of Sequim, inside the Dungeness Recreation Area. This county park is adjacent to the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge and essentially part of one large natural area.
As the campground is located there rather than in the town of Sequim itself, I have placed the primary tip for this campground in the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge area.
Please see my Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge tip on places to stay for my primary tips and photos about this campground at
The campground itself is mostly set into the forests at the roots of the Dungeness Spit, but trails on the northwest side of the campground allow for very nice views of the sunsets and across the Straight of Juan de Fuca into Canada. Looking south it is possible to get views of the Olympic Mountains, but only from certain locations in the recreational area, and none of the campsites themselves, have this view. Showers are pay showers.
dont stay here missy is crazy owners are cheap and crazy they dont like gays dogs kids any one not super clean and tip them too cause they take half the maids tips and hate all people and should not be in the customer service they are to put out! missy hates on all and they dont care or like any one not whit sure they will take ur money but put u in a bad room all middle eastern have only one hose they can stay in they charge cleaning fees and pet fees then charge more if u really have a dog they dont know what pets r like they r never thre to help the place is cheap stuff from the dollar store stay at a hotel in town and save money!!
The first photo shows the view from the cabins (corner of cabin shown on left side of photo, overlooking the bay). All cabins provide a picnic table, BBQ grill, full kitchen, and 1 to 4 bedrooms. The cabins would fall under the category (more often used in Europe) of 'self-catered'. Have coffee outside seated at your picnic table and watch the sun rise over the bay. Occasionally you'll see seals frolicking in the water!
$80-110, lower off-season
115 year old historic home in old Dungeness, near the ocean. We stayed here about 20 years ago, and would stay here again if we were not always rushing to get the Coho ferry over to Victoria.
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