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Of all the stunning places in the state of Washington, there is nothing quite like the wild expanses of the Olympic Peninsula in the north, home to charming seaside villages, epic mountain ranges, national parks, gorgeous beaches, and abundant rainforests. Those hoping to explore this enchanting area can rent an RV near Log Cabin Resort, found on the shores of Lake Crescent just a few miles from the ocean. Olympia, the state capital, and Seattle are both easy to reach with an RV rental, but far enough away to give you the wilderness feeling that you have been yearning for.
With group camping sites, log cabins, guest lodges, bike-in camping spots, and fabulous RV campsites, Log Cabin Resort provides enough options to cover all camping vacation needs no matter your preferred method. Campfire rings and tables are provided, and each campsite is close to a centralized comfort station featuring modern bathrooms and hot showers.
To make the most of your journey to this lovely Washington campground, you can rent boats to take out on Lake Crescent, go for a swim, fish in hidden coves along the lakeside, read a book on the beach, sunbathe, go hiking, or take a bike ride through the famous evergreen forests of Washington. A fantastic store on-site provides guests with access to groceries, camping supplies, and other vital necessities, and there are even a restaurant and a deli to satiate your appetite after a long day of trekking through the woods. WiFi is available in the resort lobby, so you can stay connected while you're here. No matter how you choose to spend your vacation, you can’t do much better than camping at Log Cabin Resort when you rent an RV in Port Angeles.
There's a lot to add to your trip itinerary while camping at Log Cabin Resort; between the resort's amazing features and the assortment of parks in the area, you'll have several options. Hoko River State Park is an hour's drive from Log Cabin Resort, close to the coast. It has some fantastic beaches on Puget Sound, but the archeological dig sites and old fishing villages dating back nearly 3,000 years provide an experience like no other.
Miller Peninsula State Park is an hour's drive east of the campground, near Port Townsend. This lovely spot is also found on the coast, with hiking trails weaving through its ethereal forests and splendid beaches lining the water. Anderson Lake State Park is another option close to Port Townsend, with its own small lake and 500 acres of parkland. Hiking, biking, horseback riding, birdwatching, and kayaking are great ways to spend time at Anderson Lake State Park.
The biggest attraction on the entire peninsula is definitely the Olympic National Park and the adjoining Olympic National Forest. Together these two massive wilderness areas form one of the largest and most jaw-dropping natural regions in all of the Pacific Northwest. On a clear day, you can see the towering giants of the Olympic Mountains from Seattle across Puget Sound, but getting up close and personal is even better. Log Cabin Resort is within the boundaries of Olympic National Park, so you won’t have to travel far to trek through its epic terrains, navigate its rocky coastlines, or see its snowcapped peaks.
When you book an RV rental in Clallam County, you'll be in the rugged Washington wilderness. However, if you want to enjoy some city conveniences and culture, there are a few town centers nearby. If you're seeking some sightseeing opportunities, you may need to spend some time on the road. Lighthouse lovers can see the New Dungeness Lighthouse on the rocky coastline, while nature lovers can learn about Olympic National Park at its wonderful visitor center.
The Forks Timber Museum near Forks explores the history of the timber industry, and the first pioneers to live in the rough land of western Washington. Also near Forks, John’s Beachcombing Museum was established by a quirky man who spent a large chunk of his life combing the beaches of the Olympic Peninsula looking for treasures washed up on its shores. Don't miss a tour of this magnificent and strange collection when you're camping near Port Angeles.
In Neah Bay, the Makah Cultural and Research Center provides visitors with a way to learn about the amazing Makah culture, an ancient band of natives who lived in the area for millennia. A replica village and magnificent artifacts are just a few reasons to visit and learn about the area’s first inhabitants.