Friday, October 2, 2009

Dungeness Campground

Dungeness Campground
Camping
Location: Near Port Angeles, Washington
Duration: Varies
Season: Year round
Distance: N/A
Difficulty: Easy


Dungeness Campground is located along the shoreline of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, surrounded by a National Wildlife Refuge and within walking distance of the Dungeness Spit (the longest sand Spit in the world). All these unique features make for an excellent camping spot.
 
Dungeness campground has 65 campsites with picnic tables and fire rings, along with hiking, biking, and horse back riding trails. There is an RV dump station, paved roads, registration/information board, playground, and restrooms with water fountains and showers (showers have a fee).
 
Camping is permitted in designated campsites on a first come-first serve basis. No more than 6 people to a site or 1 nuclear family, along with 2 automobiles or 4 motorcycles.
 
Pets are allowed on leash. No firearms, fireworks or explosives are allowed. And, there are handicap accessible campsites available.
 
Directions: From Port Angeles take 101 east, until you see the signs for the turn off to Dungeness Recreation Area. At the sign, head North on Kitchen Dick Lane, then west (right) on Lotzgesell Rd. and the entrance for Dungeness should be on your left or north side of the road (look for the sign).

For a map, pictures and more info click on Dungeness Campground


See you on the trail,
--Greg

All Day Energy Runners


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