After a tiring day of hiking, boating, or horseback riding, it’s time to get a good night’s rest. But just because you're sleeping, doesn't mean you have to stop enjoying nature. Most visitors opt to spend the night under the treetops—especially since the park doesn’t have any lodging. Along with a number of primitive backcountry sites, there are four main developed campgrounds. Three are in the forests and one is along the coast, allowing you to pick your place to pitch a tent. Regional and privately run campgrounds also offer sites for RVs, tents, and even a few cabins. Enjoy the sounds of birds—and hopefully no bears—as the breeze kisses you goodnight.