Hands down, one of our all-time favourite dispersed camping spots in Washington State. This spot is on the Olympic Peninsula, about 2 hours away from the Olympic National Park visitors center. Within the Mt. Skokomish Wilderness Area of the Olympic National Forest, there is one spot nestled in the trees with a ridiculously beautiful view of Lake Cushman and Mt. Washington. The road in is quite bumpy and pothole ridden but it’s well worth the trek. We were lucky enough to snag this spot for a few days but there are probably some other decent camping areas on the NF-2464, which faces the campsite. Olympic’s dispersed camping guidelines are pretty standard. This spot is up a small hill from NF-2419 so it’s far enough to be decently private and you don’t have to worry about the road dust. There is, however, a steady flow of cars travelling on this forest road all day since there are so many hiking trails around. Make sure to treat your public land and natural resources with respect and always pack it in, pack it out!
Max stay is 14 days.