A waterfront surf spot in Juan de Fuca, right on the ocean. Rocky beach, not sand. But there is a beach over the bridge and past the town a bit. Drive in and walk in spots, about 23 in total. Cost: Apr 1 - Oct 31 $15. Nov 1 - Mar 31 $10/night. Payable by cash only. Pizza place and cafe nearby, walkable in 8 mins. Wifi at the restaurant. No cell service around.
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Fantastic location. Stayed here two nights. Had no issues. Would love to stay again.Report Check-In
Great campsite with a beautiful view. Lots of space for RVs, camper vans and tent spaces as well. First come, first serve. Always seems to be a space or two open. May be different on weekends. Price is $15 a night. And the view is awsome!Report Check-In
Beautiful spot directly at the water. You can see the US coast on the other site (and we only had US phone service as well). Pit toilets and a drinking water tank. Self check in - 15$ per night in the high season. Park operator came in the morning and checked the permits. Would definitely recommend.Report Check-In
We stayed here for one night, after a city-day in Victoria. We had a perfect drive during sunset and enjoyed the evening at the campsite (gate was still open at 8pm). We had no problem to find a place on a Tuesday. Toilets were clean and open during the night.Report Check-In
Beautiful spot off of main road with beach and water views. Lots of room for a campervan. Site is for RVs/Campervans and also tent camping. There are highseason and low season fees - we stayed late Fall for one night and paid $10. There are firepits, picnic tables and enclosed pit toilets. You can hear activity from the road and lots of drive-bys for bathroom access - views made up for it.Report Check-In
First come First Serve. We lucked out at 1:30pm on a Tuesday. Great view of the ocean. Quiet lapping of the tide. It’s not private but everyone did there own thing. Very clean pit toilets in a cement building. Clean and organized park. Jordan River is considered most seismic so if it shakes drive for up ASAP lol. Otherwise heaven. Cellular reception is spottyReport Check-In
Now open, pricing is accurate. Cleanest vault toilets I’ve ever seen. Have 2-3 bar cell signal with both T-Mobile (via Mint Mobile) and AT&T with the Olympic Peninsula across the channel.Report Check-In
Spent 2 nights here for free because no one came to collect fees. Beautiful ocean front spot, close to neighbours but everyone was very friendly. Cold Shoulder Cafe located just down the road for much needed coffee, treats and wifi (no service in the area)! Clean pit toilets and potable water station.Report Check-In
Sorry I had to close the pizza cafe and sold the place to the power company.. they had liability issues with the dam 15 miles upstream... campers should be aware it is potentially a tsunami and dam flood risk! If the ground shakes get out of the valley fast .. 13 mins max
I still camp there as its simply awesome! Nearest pizza is 14 mins east ! Just before otter point village
nice place directly by the sea. eödorado for surver. good place Mach ferry after about 1 hourReport Check-In
Nice campsite just next to the sea. It was full when we went.Report Check-In
this place is open, $15 per night, right on the water. still wifi at the cafe. no cell phone service.Report Check-In
A waterfront surf spot in Juan de Fuca, right on the ocean. Rocky beach, not sand. But there is a beach over the bridge and past the town a bit. Drive in and walk in spots, about 23 in total. Cost: Apr 1 - Oct 31 $15. Nov 1 - Mar 31 $10/night. Payable by cash only. Pizza place and cafe nearby, walkable in 8 mins. Wifi at the restaurant. No cell service around.Report Check-In