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Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort Campground Overview

For up to date pool schedule information, please visit our website here. Pool access fees are $18 for adults, $12 for children ages 4-12 and $12 for seniors over 62 years old per session. Towel rentals are $5. You may bring your own towel. Lockers are available, but locks are not provided.

The Springs Restaurant is currently only serving take out. Ordering hours are 7:30 AM - 10:00 AM for breakfast and 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM for lunch and dinner.  

Located along the Sol Duc River, Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort Campground is on the "edge of the backcountry in the heart of the Olympic National Park" with hot spring pools and access to many hiking trails. In the late 1800s, settlers found the hot springs and called them "Sol Duc" a mispronunciation of the Quileute word for sparkling waters. The first hotel was built at Sol Duc in 1912 but burned down in 1916. The resort was rebuilt on a more modest scale in the 1920s, and completely rebuilt in the 1980s, which reflects how the resort looks today.

Recreation.gov offers reservations for 62 of the resort's 82 tent sites and for all 17 of the resort's RV campsites, all nestled under a lush green canopy of old growth forest. Reservations for the remaining 20 tent sites are made directly at the campground as walk in reservations. Advanced reservations are recommended to guarantee a campsite.

Multiple hiking trails are accessible directly from the property, with the most popular taking guests to spectacular Sol Duc Falls.

Book tent and RV campsites here on Recreation.gov (using the buttons on the right to view sites and availability). Visit the Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort website to book reservations for the cabins.

  • Reinvigorate your spirit: Hike through dense, old-growth forest to Sol Duc Falls or explore the famous Lover's Lane Loop Trail. The Olympic Peninsula is prized for its wide assortment of hiking trails suitable for all ages and abilities. Multiple treks are available, such as a 1.6 mile (2.6 km) round-trip hike to Sol Duc Falls from the resort. 
  • Watch salmon fight their way up the Sol Duc River at the Salmon Cascades Overlook during autumn.
  • Relax: Soak in the Mineral Hot Springs located at the resort.
  • Swim in the large swimming pool, also located at the resort.

The campground currently offers two tent camping loops including a walk-in area that accommodate 82 tent campsites plus 17 RV campsites. Nearby comfort stations in the campground or lodge loops offer flush toilets and potable water. Each site offers a picnic table, fire ring and paved access.   

Natural Features
  • Sol Doc offers three mineral hot spring pools heated between 98-107F (37C - 40C) and a large freshwater swimming pool that ranges from 50-85F (10C - 29C). Reserve a session at the front desk of the main lodge.

    Mineral Water Wading Pool: approximately: 98F / 37C / 6-8' deep
  • Large Mineral Fountain Pool: approximately 101F / 38C / 3' deep (meets accessibility standards)
  • Medium Mineral Pool: approximately 104F / 40C / 3' deep
  • Freshwater Pool: Varies seasonally between 50F - 85F / 10C - 30C / 3' - 10' deep (universally accessible)
Nearby Attractions
Guests can visit the Olympic National Park Visitor Center and Port Angeles.
Lake Crescent Lodge, Olympic National Park: Experience self-guided hikes at Marymere Falls Trail, Mt. Storm King, or the Moments in Time Trail, or makes plans for a guided kayak tour, or a meal at the lakefront restaurant.
Log Cabin Resort, Olympic National Park: Park visitors can rent a canoe/kayak, stand up paddle boards, and bicycles.
Hurricane Ridge: From this area, enjoy hiking, food and beverage services and spectacular views of the Olympic Mountains and Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Lake Quinault Lodge: Plan to join a rain forest tour and finish the day with lakefront dining.
Forks: Movie buffs will enjoy this town -- the setting of the famed Twilight series, as well as the Timber Museum.
Ruby Beach: Don't miss a Pacific Coast beach walk with tide pools and sea stacks.
Charges & Cancellations
Cancellations must be submitted within 48 prior of your arrival.
Directions to Campground

Sol Duc is in the northern part of Olympic National Park, 28 miles west of Port Angeles and west of Lake Crescent. 3 1/2 hours from Seattle 5 hours from Portland 3 hours from Victoria, BC From the east: From Port Angeles, take Hwy. 101 west for 29 miles, then turn left onto Sol Duc Hot Springs Rd and travel 12 miles to Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort. From the south: From Forks, take Hwy. 101 north for 28 miles then turn right onto Sol Duc Hot Springs Rd and travel 12 miles to Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort.

This page includes information about Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort Campground in Olympic National Park | With its incredible range of precipitation and elevation, diversity is the hallmark of Olympic National Park. Encompassing nearly a million acres, the park protects a vast wilderness, thousands of years of human history, and several distinctly different ecosystems, including glacier-capped mountains, old-growth temperate rain forests, and over 70 miles of wild coastline. Come explore! | Washington | https://www.nps.gov/olym/index.htm