Lake Ozette Car Camp

Relax at magnificent Lake Ozette on Saturday afternoon, camp Saturday night at the nearby spacious and beautiful Lost Resort Campground and hike the Ozette Triangle (9.4 miles, 350 feet gain) on Sunday, stopping for lunch at Wedding Rocks, where we can explore 50 ancient Indian Petroglyphs at low tide.
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Meet at 11:30 AM Saturday at the entrance to the store at the Lost Resort, by Lake Ozette.  To get there, take US 101 and SR 112 west from Port Angeles, turning left just past Sekiu on the Ozette-Hoko Road.  Driving time from Port Angeles is about 1.5 hours.  Upon arrival at the Lost Resort, we will set up camp, have a camp lunch and spend the afternoon exploring Lake Ozette or relaxing in camp.  We will have a camp dinner with smores over the campfire afterward.  Sunday morning  we will pack up camp and start hiking at 9 AM to Cape Alava, then south on the beach to Wedding Rocks, our lunch spot, where we can explore the 50 ancient Indian petroglyphs at low tide.  Then we continue hiking south on the beach to Sand Point and then back to Ozette.  The camp fee of $20 per campsite will be shared equally by the participants.  There is a store with some lunch food and hot showers, as well as restroom facilities at the Lost Resort.  There are also restrooms at the Ozette Triangle trailhead, where we park during our hike.  A National Park Pass must be displayed by each car at the trailhead parking lot.  Otherwise a $25 per car entry fee is payable.  There are two outhouses at Cape Alava and two others at Sand Point, but not elsewhere on our hiking route.  We should be back to the cars by 4 PM on Sunday.  An option will be stop stop for dinner at the Breakwater Restaurant in Clallam Bay on the drive home.