Ohanapecosh Campgrounds

Situated among Douglas firs, western red cedars, and western hemlocks, visitors to Ohanapecosh can experience the beauty and complexity of an old-growth forest. In the 1920’s until 1967 settlers came to the bubbling hot springs where a resort with cabins and bathhouses were developed. Today this campground area is one of the most favorite destinations near Mt. Rainier. Educational opportunities are part of the mainstay of the experience and program at Ohanapecosh. Explorer walks to Grove of the Patriarchs and Silver Falls, Amphitheater talks at the campfire and the interpretive displays at the Visitor Center.

The Ohanapecosh Visitor Center, open from June to early October, offers exhibits, guided interpretive programs, and book sales. Ohanapecosh Campgrounds are located 3 miles north of the park boundary on Highway 123 near the Steven’s Canyon Entrance.

  • ADA Accessible
  • Fee Required
  • Interpretive Signage
  • Seasonal Availability
  • Trained Guides/Self-Guided Tours Available
  • Visitor Center on Site
  • Located on Private Land

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