We've lived here since 2014 and have a 3/4 acre property near the Dungeness National RecreationArea, and Dungeness Spit Lighthouse. We have a 27-foot Holiday Rambler fifth-wheel. We take weekend or 1-week trips locally, and in January-February like to travel south.
We are pretty familiar with the local area, as well as Victoria, B.C. and Vancouver Island.
We have basic RV skills, and most tools necessary. There are several RV service facilities nearby, as well as a mobile RV guy.
We have a cat, Luna. She does travel with us in the RV.
On the west coast of the Olympic Peninsula, a good location is Hobucks Beach Resort, which has a large field for dry camping. I believe there is a small fee to stay there. There are also 10 full hookup spots right on the beach, first come first served, and there is a fee fir those. https://hobuckbeachresort.com
We also love Harvest Host locations, particularly wineries & farms.
We are both from Los Angeles, Calif., now living in Sequim, Wash.
Holiday Rambler Aluma-Lite, Ford F-250 tow vehicle. We have both a solar panel and a generator, really only need to run for extended stays or off-grid camping. Our big limitation is our fresh water tank, 30 gallons.
These two travelers = super lovely people.
It was great getting to know SequimKD and chat about shared fun things. We hope to get back up to their beautiful state and area again some time in the near future.
... afforded this weary traveler (and his feline pal) sunny refuge on a Holiday between wintry destinations:) Thanks C & C!
We were honored to be their first boondockers!
They were amazing hosts. Greeted us upon arrival and helped us get hooked up to electric. Even providing an adapter after i realized mine was left at a previous boondocker host.
They also provided us an info sheet that was super useful.
We only stayed the one night so we didnt get to interact as much as we would like with the hosts but we would definitely return.
The spot itself was easy to get into and level and the gps brought us right to their house.