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Lake Leland Park Campground


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Beautiful Lake Leland County Park

Facility Information

165 Leland Valley Road
Quilcene, WA 98376

Lake Leland Campground will be open April 1st- Oct 31st.

Campgrounds are first come, first served. No reservations. No site holding.

Campsites include picnic table and fire ring.

Fee $25 per night.

Max per site: One camper or RV; 2 tents; 6 people; two vehicles.

Maximum 30 ft. vehicle length for all campsites. A vehicle is defined as a car, truck, RV, or trailer such as a camper, utility, or boat trailer. All vehicles and equipment must fit in your site.

Checkout time 3pm.

Quiet hours 10pm to 7am.

Do not leave campfires unattended.

No fireworks.

Dispose of cigarettes butts properly.

Dogs on leash at all times.

Public consumption of alcohol and marijuana is illegal in Washington.

Please see complete campground rules for more information.

No water at this campground — bring plenty of water!

Amenities:  Fishing pier, Boat ramp, Toilets, Trash containers

Local Attractions:  Year-round Fishing, Paddle sports, Swimming, Quilcene shops and restaurants, Hood Canal and Quilcene Bay, Linger Longer Marina, Olympic Mountains hiking and biking, Mount Walker hiking and view points

Driving Directions
165 Leland Valley Road West, Quilcene WA.  Located 300 yards west of US 101 on Leland Valley Road, about six miles north of Quilcene and five miles south of Discovery Bay.  Watch for park signs.  Lake Leland Campground Map and Diagram.

Bears Spotted!
Bear Info
Bears have been seen in Lake Leland campground.
The best way to protect bears, yourself, and your property is to make sure bears never get human food.
          -Store food safely
          -Put garbage in dumpster
          -Keep your campsite clean

Rules and Use Instructions
Campground rules and use instructions PDF document linked here.

Metal Detecting
Metal detecting is allowed in the following Jefferson County Parks with a permit: 
  • Cape George Trailhead Park
  • Gibbs Lake Park 
  • Chimacum Park
  • Lake Leland Park and Campground 
  • Quilcene Park and Campground
If you are interested in metal detecting, sign up for an account if you don't already have one and fill out the Metal Detecting Permit. This free permit lasts for 1 year and is saved to your account. 

Metal Detecting Permit

No Alcohol in Park or Campground
“In the State of Washington it is illegal to open or consume alcoholic beverages in a public place" (see Title 66.44.100 of the RCW). This law applies in all Jefferson County parks, campgrounds, and recreation facilities. Exceptions to this law can be granted by the Washington State Liquor Control Board (see Title 314 of the WAC) in the form of a banquet permit or a special occasion license for example. All proposals to serve alcohol at an event in a Jefferson County Park are subject to approval by Jefferson County. For more information please contact Matt Tyler at 360-385-9129 or

Lake Leland Water Quality and Fishing Information
To check the current lake water quality status visit the Jefferson County Lake Water Quality Status page.  For information about fishing please visit the Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife page for Leland Lake or the Washington State Fishing Regulations page.

Lake Leland Waterfront/Day Use Park
The Lake Leland day use park, boat ramp, fishing dock and waterfront area is now open after a construction project (new fishing dock, restroom, and improved parking) by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.