I don't have a lot to add to what BigDog and others have said, but to reiterate, if you only go over to Victoria for the day, don't drive. You can see the downtown area easily on foot, and there are bus tours (double deckers) out to Burchart Gardens and other area highlights.
We plan to camp out at Klaloch next weekend. Be the first time out there in the winter. Some of the sites are along the top of the bluff overlooking the ocean, so very scenic.
10 plus years ago we went up the Quinalt River valley to the end of the road and camped at a NP campground there. We were in a VW van, but there were some fair sized vehicles out there.
Neah Bay is an interesting place to visit. It is in the Makah reservation, so you are required to buy a pass from the tribe. No big deal, not expensive at all. Also, the sign on the road up to Cape Flattery says no RVs. Good idea. It is a real washboard (gravel).
John & Nikki Ahrens