Kalaloch Creek Site #3 | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Last Visited: 2 months ago
GPS: 47.61347, -124.36490
Altitude: 14.6 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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iOverlander cannot verify if wild camping is permitted at this location. It is your responsibility to verify local laws or obtain consent before staying the night.

This is the first pull off that you'll encounter on the forest service road. There's an information sign on the right side of the road. We parked here and the advantage to this site is that you still have Verizon service if you need it. 500' further and you lose service. If you stay here, make sure to walk the forest service road as it's beautiful.

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We stayed in the spot just up the road past the sign on the left. The first spot was too muddy for our 2WD Promaster so we didn't want to risk it. Barely 1 bar Verizon at the spot we are at. Such a quiet nights sleep here.. only had 1 car drive past us.

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Recommend for a place to park/sleep for a night. We didn't drive in too far because we found a few pretty level pullouts easily so picked one and parked. We were tired from a day out exploring so went to bed early and didn't hear a thing all night until a car drove by about 6:00 am which was time for us to get up anyway. Thumbs up 👍

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Site is still here. No "No" signs. Not much sunshine for solar, but hey, it's a place to park for the night.

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Great place to stay the night. Enough places to park, also for big rv‘s. The pull outs are flat and spacious. Forest looks nice, quiet.

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small pull off of the logging road on the right side. has a small diy fire ring made out of stones and is large enough space for a car/van but not an RV. also please pick up your trash as there was a lot when I showed up.

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Not amazing but ok for the night. Drove a few miles up, no sites near the creek. We didn't stay right at these coordinates - drive about 1/4 mile up and turn right on the logging road, a little way up there is a more private pull off with a little fire pit. Make sure to check out the "tree of life" on the beach by the campground beach access. Stayed in our 31ft class C.

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After driving around for an hour on a long weekend and getting turned down by every full campground we were super happy to find this place! Simply just a road to no where in the middle of no where but it was getting late and this was just what we needed. Wasn’t bothered by a single vehicle or body. Guess we saved $30 on a site. Thanks

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Ok spot for the night. Checked out the spots further up the road and drove quite a few miles of the forest roads in the area. Lots of logging and it is unclear who owns the land. We opted for the lower pull off right off the road. Large enough for our big Unimog, but only just. Easy access to 101. Could hear the ocean in the background.

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This is the first pull off that you'll encounter on the forest service road. There's an information sign on the right side of the road. We parked here and the advantage to this site is that you still have Verizon service if you need it. 500' further and you lose service. If you stay here, make sure to walk the forest service road as it's beautiful.

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