More Lopez Island
For the nature lovers who love to camp, Lopez Island has both private and public campgrounds. Public campsites are located at Odin County Park and Spencer Spit State Park. There is even accommodations for the new and popular glamping. Find information on the campgrounds by exploring this page.
Camping in Odlin Park consists of 30 campsites (9 beach sites), group camping, water and vault toilets. All camp sites have a picnic table and fire ring. Some are tent sites only and a few are walk in only
Spencer Spit State Park. 521 A. Bakerview Road, Lopez Island, WA 98261. Phone: 360-902-8844; Reservations: 1-888-226-7688.
Camping at Spencer Spit consists of 37 tent spaces, 1 dump station and 2 restrooms (no showers are available). Group accommodations, hiker/biker and Cascadia Marine Trail sites are also available.
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