Packwood, Washington 98361
360 569-2211 x6627
Ohanapecosh is 3 miles north of the park boundary on highway 123 and 42 miles east of the Nisqually Entrance. At the Grove of the Patriarch about 3 miles north of the visitor center and campground, visitors can hike a 1 mile nature trail along the Ohanapecosh River and through old growth forest. The Visitor Center is open from June to early October and offers exhibits, guided interpretive programs, and book sales.
Ohanapecosh has 188 individual campsite, 2 accessible sites, and 1 group site which can accommodate tents, trailers, and RVs. The campground has drinking water, flush toilets, a dump station, and a amphitheater. There is also a picnic area in the Southeast corner of the park, about 11 miles Northeast of Packwood. In addition to camping, visitors enjoy hiking, biking, and wildlife.
Visitors to Ohanapecosh can experience the beauty and complexity of an old-growth forest. The east side of the park is also somewhat drier and sunnier than the west side, making it a good destination when Paradise and Longmire are wet and foggy.
Finally, camping season includes late May through early October.
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Located on State Route 123, four miles north of State Route 12.
- Drinking Water
- Fire Rings
- Restrooms (Flush Toilets)
- Visitor Center
- Nature Trails
- Wildlife Viewing
- National Forest Campgrounds
- West Coast
From: Late May To: Early October
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