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There are a few more scratches on my van, but I guess that’s what it’s all about, right?!
A local couple showed up in their car, and there would’ve been room for both of us, but they said they knew of a few spots and left. It was very peaceful all night, hearing only the ocean.
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Road in is definitely overgrown and will scratch up your car. But we made it through and it was worth it for the view! Super quiet and peaceful! We stayed for one night and did not run into anyone else.Report Check-In
I think i have a few more scratches on my van, but definitely a beautiful, peaceful spot. A local in his small car came but left, saying he knew a few places like this one.Report Check-In
This is on Quinault reservation land. Move on to a spot up the road to be respectful.Report Check-In
Wonderful narrow track off highway 101 towards the ocean. It's heavily overgrown so a large rig could only go about 100 ft from the highway, where there is still road noise but you're hidden from view. Bicycles, motorbikes or potentially even a narrow 4x4 could continue c. 1000 ft to an epic tent camping clearing with a fire ring overlooking the beach. An even more overgrown footpath continues down to a deserted beach rivaling Rialto. The track has no turnaround, and some mud ruts further down. No signs or gates. 3 bars Verizon.Report Check-In