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Old 08-01-2005, 08:14 AM   #1
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Planning on spending a week next summer at a campground in or around Port Angeles, WA and would appreciate suggestions on which RV park to use. I am particularly interested in any info on Lyre River Park.
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Old 08-01-2005, 08:14 AM   #2
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Planning on spending a week next summer at a campground in or around Port Angeles, WA and would appreciate suggestions on which RV park to use. I am particularly interested in any info on Lyre River Park.
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Well,the first thing I can tell you is that the last I heard Lyre River CG is closed...We have been doing some camping up there so here is a list of some places we've stayed or are planning to stay...The Koa is actually quite nice and it isn't too far out of town. You also can get your tickets for the Victoria ferry and a shuttle there..We are looking at going to The Log Cabin Resort on Crescent Lake this winter as it looks really nice and we have friends in the area.I was just at Salt Creek County Park and that has nice sites in the woods for tents and smaller units and some nice grassy non h/us for larger rigs out in a field. There is a dump site there also.We have camped there in a tent and twice in a pop-up. I have driven my school bus up there for an annual x-country meet three different years,so I know that a 40' MH will fit on those sites...Crescent Beach is right around the corner from there and Salt creek RV park(two seperate parks) is on highway 112 just where you turn to go out to the other two.Sol Duc Hot Springs is also another nice area,but is on the west end of Crescent Lake from town.There is one right in the middle of town and I think it's called Peabody Creek and it is in walking distance to everything in town. I haven't looked at it,but I believe that it has pretty good reviews.. Also the N.P. cgs in the area are super nice,but you have to watch out for site sizes..Check out www.rvparkreviews.com for more information on more parks in the area.
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If you want to be in the general area I'd highly recommend Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend. Port Townsend is a really cool place to see and there's lots to do. It an easy drive to Hurricane Ridge, Sequim, Sol Duc Hot Springs, etc. Fort Worden is an old coastal artillery fort, since abandoned and now a state park. You can camp right by the beach and explore the gun emplacements. Full hook up sites and nice and roomy. I'd tell you my favorite site number but then it would no longer be secret and I'll have trouble getting it when I go.
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