Camp Hayden Artillery Camp

Camp Hayden served as a coastal artillery camp during WWII and the bunkers are still in place, and is named after Brigadier General John L. Hayden, the former commanding officer of the Puget Sound Harbor Defense.

Explore the bunkers and take a step back in history to a time when the outcome of the Great War was still unknown. You can drive through one bunker, and there is another that you can explore on the trail to Striped Peak. It’s within Salt Creek Recreational Area, so make a day of it!

Photo via Scenic Washington.


Phone: (360) 417-2291

Address: Bunker Rd, Port Angeles, WA 98363