Seal Creek campsite is operated by the WA Department of Environment and Conservation. It is located in the central part of Cape Arid National Park. There are three campsites operated by National Parks in this section of park, however Seal Creek is the only one accessible to all vehicle types. Jorndee Creek and Thomas Fishery are accessible by 4WD only, no caravans.
There are many opportunities for exploration both on foot or with a 4WD. There are 4WD tracks either along or behind most of the beaches, and tracks extend all the way to Point Malcolm and Israelite Bay in the Far East corner of the park. Tracks can also be followed north to Mt Ragged campsite. Tracks include the Telegraph Track, Thomas Fishery Track, Balladonia Track, Pasley Track and Gora Track.