Top Photo: Tucked into our campsite.
After two months and one day on the road, we have reached our main destination, Olympic National Park. The RV gods rewarded us with another sweet site. At this point, I'm not sure how we are going to get the trailer out (it's a pull-through with a weird angle), but I have about a week to come up with an idea.
We were excited to visit Olympic National Park, which was on our bucket list. The views from Hurricane Ridge were spectacular & we scored a site at Heart of the Hills Campground.
Heart of the Hills Campground, WA - September 10 - 15. Olympic National Park campground with water nearby. Commercial dump stations available in Port Angeles. Elevation 1834. 105 total sites.
Day trip via ferry from Port Angeles to Victory, British Columbia.
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Additional Info: Heart of the Hills Campground is a popular camping destination located in Olympic National Park, in the state of Washington, USA. The campground is situated near Hurricane Ridge, which is known for its stunning views of the Olympic Mountains and its abundance of hiking trails.
The campground itself has 105 campsites, some of which are suitable for RVs, and others for tent camping. Amenities at the campground include potable water, flush toilets, and fire pits. The campground is typically open from late May to early October, although the exact dates may vary depending on weather conditions.
In addition to camping, the area surrounding Heart of the Hills Campground offers a wide range of outdoor recreational activities. Hiking is a popular pastime in the region, with trails ranging from easy strolls to challenging mountain hikes. Hurricane Ridge, which is accessible by car or shuttle bus, offers stunning panoramic views and several hiking trails, including the Hurricane Hill Trail.
The area is also popular for wildlife viewing, with opportunities to see animals such as black bears, deer, and elk. Birdwatching is another popular activity, with a variety of bird species found in the region.
Nearby towns include Port Angeles, which is approximately 17 miles east of the campground, and Sequim, which is approximately 28 miles east. Both towns offer a variety of restaurants, shops, and attractions, such as the Dungeness Spit and Wildlife Refuge in Sequim and the Olympic Discovery Trail, which stretches from Port Angeles to La Push.