We are located between the magnificent Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan De Fuca in the quaint city of Sequim. Pronounced “S’kwim” in the native language of the S’ Klallam Tribe, it means “Quiet Waters”. Because of its proximity to the mountains we sit in a rain shadow, and only get 16 inches of rainfall per year. Many refer to our location as the “banana belt” of Washington State. In fact – our climate is similar to Provence, France, the Lavender Capitol of the world. For this reason, we have around 40 lavender farms in the Sequim-Dungeness valley. Gaining recognition from all over the country, the Lavender Festival is an annual event you will want to experience.
GILGAL OASIS RV Park is one of the NEWEST and most modern RV facility on the Olympic Peninsula. Our park looks south toward the mountains, sitting as an “OASIS” within our friendly little community. Restaurants, shops, groceries, hardware and much more are only a comfortable walk or bicycle ride away. The name “GILGAL” refers to the Biblical location that brought rejoicing, rest and peace to many – we invite you to experience the same!
Pete & Lisa Niemeyer