Olympic Peninsula / Port Angeles KOA

Open All Year

Reserve: 800-562-7558

Reserve: 800-562-7558

Info: 360-457-5916

Info: 360-457-5916


80 O'Brien Road

Port Angeles, WA 98362

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Check-in: 1:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Camper Rating 4.5 out of 5

Based on 1000 Reviews

Local Area Attractions

Olympic National Park / Hurricane Ridge

Here you will find Pacific Ocean beaches, rain forest valleys, glacier-capped peaks and a stunning variety of plants and animals. Roads provide access to the outer edges of the park, but the heart of Olympic is wilderness; a primeval sanctuary for humans and wild creatures alike.

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Olympic Game Farm

A family run business, Olympic Game Farm is home to many animal species, both endangered and non-endangered. Many of our animals are veterans of the silver screen.

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Just across the water from Victoria B.C. Canada

Make sure you schedule enough days in your stay not to miss dropping in on our neighbors in Victoria BC Canada. What a beautiful city with so many wonderous sights to see. Plan ahead and pack your passports. And even though we have done tours in the past we have had to step away from shuttling and bookings, but don't hesitate to come to us if you need any information.

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North Olympic Peninsula Visitor and Convention Center

For more information on the area visit the North Olympic Peninsula Visitor and Convention Center.

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Port Angeles Underground Heritage Tours

Port Angeles is a city steeped in history as a logging center of the Olympic Peninsula. The whole downtown area was raised in the early 1900s and many older buildings were lost until the remains were recently discovered and are undergoing a remarkable renovation. This underground area provides an insight into the past living conditions and that includes the discovery of one of the brothels and a link to a darker side of Port Angeles.

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Convenient location - base camp

We are a convenient base camp for the Olympic National Park and all its amenities. We are also close to Sequim the Lavender Capital of the US and Forks and Port Angeles made famous by the "Twilight" saga novels.

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Ice Cream Socials

11 topping sundae bar!

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Grocery Store - with your Grocery, RV and Camping needs

You may even find that special gift for yourself or someone else in the Gift / Souvenir section of the shop.

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Activities, Contests, Hay Rides and More!

And always check the schedule and front board laid out by our KOA Rec team as they plan out the activities, contests, hay rides and other exciting events.

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Friday Harbor in the San Juan Islands

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Port Townsend

Port Townsend, founded in 1851, is a city of 8,865 which prides itself on its historic charm, maritime heritage, and stunning natural setting.

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Dungeness Spit

Located at the eastern end of the Strait of Juan de Fuca north of Sequim, Washington, the Dungeness Spit is a national wildlife refuge.

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The home of "Twilight" where it all began.

Twilight Fans; come and be a part of where it all started. Our KOA has become a home base for fans of the world renowned story of Bella, Edward and Jacob, introduced to us in Stephanie Meyers' Twilight Series Saga of Novels. When the first book of the Twilight series was released in October 2005, no one could have guessed the phenomenon it would become. Now Four years later, 70 million copies have been sold worldwide. The story, a love triangle between a vampire, a human and a werewolf, has ignited an international frenzy. Tourists from all over the world are camping with us so they can say “I've been there” touring the town of Forks and Port Angeles where the birth of her novels begin. Share in the many spots through these towns that mark the highlights of the books. Take a tour or pick up a scavenger hunt map in our office and see how many sights that you can mark out and credit to being a true ‘Twilight fan'. Or better yet reserve for our own Twilight weekend, and take part in the many extra activities that are planned right here on the campground. We even have our own spread of Twilight Souvenirs in our gift shop. And know that our campground is safe to camp we are Vampire and Werewolf free.

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Victoria BC Canada just a boat ride away

Traveling with a passport. Then make the time to spend the day in the beautiful City of Victoria BC.
For travel information visit the Black Ball/CoHo Ferry and arrange your visit. You'll need that extra day to stay and maybe another to relax! For more information see the visitors rack or inquire at our front desk

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Victoria Tours!!!

Our tours to victoria via M.V. COHO see office for more information

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Zipline Tours

Go over to victoria and experience Canada like you never seen before over 8 ziplines (up to 1000ft in length) 2 suspension bridges and an ATV ride for a thrilling adventure.

Ask front desk for more details
Or go to www.adrenalinezip.com

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