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Fairholme Campground & Lake Crescent – Olympic National Park

Overview

Fairholme Campground in Olympic National Park is a great place to camp if you’re looking for a peaceful and scenic getaway. Located on the shores of Lake Crescent, the campground offers breathtaking views of the lake and is nearby the trailhead for Pyramid Peak. This was a great, centrally located campground that we stayed at twice during our trip.

Quick Facts

Time SpentOvernight
Worth It?Yes
Cost for Entry (Per Vehicle)$24
Seasonal?May to September (typically)

Fairholme Campground Camping Tips

Online Reservations are available during the peak season summer months

Fairholme Campground can get busy during the summer months, so we recommend booking well in advance. During the early and late season (early May or late September) the campground is first-come, first-served.

Make reservations here

Flush toilets and potable water

Flush toilets and potable water are available, but there are no showers. Please also note that the cell phone reception is almost non-existent here, but a quick drive up the road you can get cell service.

If you get in after hours, stop by the entrance to drop off camping fees (cash only)

There is a board when you enter the campground that shows available camping spots. You will just need to pay cash in an envelope for how many days you will be staying there and then take a slip of paper to drop in the numbered camping spot.

How to Get There & Parking

Address:

Fairholme Campground
Port Angeles, WA 98362
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Website: NPS Camping

Parking:Ā Included in Camping Fee

There is small parking area with places to park for people who get in late at night and if the campsites are all full.

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