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Glamping near the Hoh Rainforest & Washington Coast

Olympic Peninsula - Forks/Kalaloch

Lodging in and around wild places is often limited to unrefined hotels and resorts or tent camping, both of which fail to address what travelers are ultimately seeking. ROAM Beyond fills the void through thoughtfully curated and responsible glamping experiences that provide exclusive access to nature, making it the ultimate, yet appropriate luxury.

2019 Dates: June - October

 

Location

Nestled between the Olympic Coast and the Hoh Rainforest, our exclusive  sustainable dwellings will delight the camper AND glamper inside of just about anyone trying to experience the utter brilliance of the Pacific Northwest. The unique location and privacy of the wooded forest allow for a truly magical experience on the Olympic Peninsula where lodging is very limited. Get ready for a starlit night by the campfire and a re-energizing full night sleep on a cozy queen size mattress. Friends and kids are welcome with our 3 and 4 person models.

 

Comfort

Every guest has a private retreat featuring a queen bed (plus bunks for families and friends), hot water and shower, stovetop kitchen supplies for cooking, refrigeration, plenty of power for lighting and charging devices, plus a self-contained toilet.

Outdoor camping supplies and seating are all included so don’t fret over carrying camping gear out with you! When booking our experience, please be aware that there will be other dwellings and guestswithin the vicinity of the property, and as such, guests can expect to see (and make friends with) fellow nature-goers.Our communal areas are a great way to expand your living space, we recommend bringing a bundle of firewood per night to share in the campfire experience.

 

Sustainability

We know you seek experiences that allow you to step into nature in the most responsible and reverential way possible. Each dwelling contains robust solar power systems, compostable toilets, and thoughtful amenities that allow you to “leave no trace” in remote locations.

Accommodation options

 
 
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Dinette

Sleeps:
3 people

Arrangement:
1 queen & 1 single bed

 
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Bunk

Sleeps:
4 people

Arrangement:
1 queen & 2 bunk beds

 
 
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To make your stay more comfortable:

Electric induction cook top
Electric hot water pot
Pour over coffee pot 
Pots and pans
Plates, bowls, cups, mugs, cutlery
Spices and cooking oil 
Superior ventilation
Electric heating (remember you will be off-the-grid)
First aid kit
Smoke and carbon monoxide alarm

Essentials we offer: 

Blankets, sheets, duvet covers
Personal & dish towels
2 pillows per person 
Biodegradable dish soap 
Biodegradable body wash
Paper towels
Waste and recycling 

 

 
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Activities

 
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Hoh Rainforest,
Olympic National Park

With a total of 140 to 170 inches of precipitation each year, the Hoh Rainforest is a lush, green canopy of both coniferous and deciduous species. The Hoh Rain Forest is a unique part of the Pacific Northwest which once hosted rainforests spanning the Pacific coast from southeastern Alaska to the central coast of California. The Hoh is one of the finest remaining examples of temperate rainforest in the United States and is one of the park's most popular destinations. The park is open 365 days per year and vehicles are $15 each. Looking for a guide? Join our partner Evergreen Escapes for a 3-day experience including 2 nights with ROAM Beyond!

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Washington Coastline

Hiking the southern coast of the Olympic Peninsula provides some amazing sights of the pristine beaches and marine wildlife. No two miles of Olympic's Pacific coastline are alike. From beaches (that might be sandy, rocky, or boulder-strewn!) to cliffs plunging into the sea, you'll find it somewhere along Olympic's 73 miles of coastline. Kalaloch (3 miles north) is a great place for bird watching. Western gulls, bald eagles, and other coastal birds can be spotted nesting and feeding. Beach 4 is an excellent location for tidepools with sea stars, and anemones of various colors can be seen at low tide. Wherever you go along the coast, always carry a tide table and know how to use it!

Campsite Amenities

Guests have a private retreat featuring a queen bed (plus bunks for families and friends), robust solar power systems, hot water and shower, cooking, refrigeration, plenty of power for lighting and charging devices, plus a self-contained toilet. The Kalaloch site also features a lounge area, fire pit with Adirondack chairs, and access to one of the most amazing private wetland and coastlines on the WA Coast. The Queets Trading Post is just 2.2 miles away and offers general convenience items. The legendary Kalaloch Lodge is 3.1 miles north and offers great food and drink options and outdoor seating overlooking the Pacific Ocean in the summer months.

Interested in booking the whole site?

Interested in booking the whole site location for a special occasion or large group gathering? Contact us through the form below or email us directly at bookings@roambeyond.travel to learn more about availability and special pricing!

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Washington Peninsula - Forks/Kalaloch