Mora Campground

Forks, Washington 98331

Mora Campground

Mora Campground Professional Review and Guide

"Grab your GORE -TEX for this one! We’re heading for the wet and wild (or, should I say, wetter and wilder?) side of Olympic National Park to some of the last stretches of coastal wilderness left in the contiguous United States."

Mora Campground Reviews

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11/15/2007
The weather was cold and rainy in the entire area, and a storm had come through just a week prior which resulted in a lot of downed trees. Since it was off season there were few people using the camp site. We only hiked about 3.5 miles up the Hoh river trail. Regardless it was still an amazing experience for both my wife and I. This was our first trip to Washington, but we definitely intend to return.
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9/15/2007
Great hike. The Glacier Meadow campgound is the best. Elk Lake is a little dark and damp. Great Hike. 3 days is a challenge but not really long enough for 4.
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7/9/2007
Just a stunning place on this earth. Elk wandering through the campground, Blue Grouse in the bushes, and plant life everywhere. The campground itself offers open areas or dense forest campsites. Go there!
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4/5/2006
Beutiful forest and animals. Great trails! Bring something to pick all the Elk droppings up with, it's EVERYWHERE!
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Nov 2018