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Any suggestions? I know about the free places, but would rather pay $15.00 per night (or whatever) and feel that at least there are sometimes a set of eyes on my campsite so my stuff doesn't get molested while I am out fishing.

Thx in advance.
 

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I have camped all around the Hoh(especially a lot at Cottonwood and Minnie Peterson and would recommend both) and I have never had a problem. I wouldn't leave your fishing gear just lying around but I don't think you have too much to worry about.
 

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This time of year those DNR campgrounds fill up fast anyways. My favorite is the Oxbow followed by Willoughby.

Onto paid only one I believe they have on the Hoh is at the Rainforest Cafe. Has a small camping area possibly with hookups. I've seen campers parked on the side. It may be storage but wouldn't hurt calling and asking. I always stay at the DNR campgrounds so its the only places I know 100%.
 

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This time of year those DNR campgrounds fill up fast anyways. My favorite is the Oxbow followed by Willoughby.

Onto paid only one I believe they have on the Hoh is at the Rainforest Cafe. Has a small camping area possibly with hookups. I've seen campers parked on the side. It may be storage but wouldn't hurt calling and asking. I always stay at the DNR campgrounds so its the only places I know 100%.
 
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