Dispersed Camping - Olympic NF


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National Forest Development Road 2220, Grays Harbor County, Washington

(360) 956-2402



Dispersed camping in the Olympic National Forest about 5 miles off the highway on Newberry Creek/FS Rd 2220. High clearance vehicle recommended. Choose a campsite screened from roads and trails, and at least 200 feet from water. Use a campsite thats already been established, if possible. If you choose a new site, return the site to its natural condition when you leave. Your animal friends are welcome to accompany you on your dispersed camping adventure. Only burn wood that is already dead and down. Always make sure your fire is DEAD OUT and cold to the touch before you leave it. Campfires are allowed below 3,500 feet when not otherwise prohibited by fire restrictions. Store your food & trash properly to keep bears and other wildlife out of your camp. Whatever you pack in, PACK IT OUT! Bury your poo & paper at least 6 deep and at least 200 feet away from any water source. Your dispersed campsite must be at least ¼ mile away from any developed recreation site. Camping is limited to 14 consecutive days within any 30-day period Fireworks are always prohibited on National Forest System lands.

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Lat: 47.336807 Lng: -123.838551

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Dispersed camp spot about 5 mi off highway on Newberry Creek Rd/FS Rd 2220. I recommend high clearance vehicle due to numerous significant potholes. Also, several other dispersed camping possibilities along road.


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