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Grayland Beach State Park
Campground Description: Grayland Beach State Park is owned and operated by the State of Washington. Grayland Beach State Park is located on the beach with plenty of hiking and beachcombing opportunities. Many of the tent camping and RV camping sites are within 50 steps of an ocean view. Grayland Beach is a great central point to go exploring the surrounding areas including South Beach State Park (no camping facilities), Westport Lighthouse State Park (no camping facilities), Westhaven State Park (no camping facilities) and the bustling fishing village of Westport. Grayland Beach State Park offers camping both with and without hookups, hiker/biker camping, yurts, hot showers and flush toilets. Complete shopping, restaurants and services are available in Aberdeen, 22.1 miles northeast. Open year round. Reservations are available and strongly recommended during the peak summer months.
Number of Sites: 58 full hookup sites
Electricity: 30 water and electricity
Water: 30 water and electricity
Sewer: At 58 full hookup sites
Waste Water Dump Station: Yes
Directions: From Highway 101 Northbound or Southbound - Drive to Raymond and look for the well marked intersection of Highway 101 and Highway 105. Turn westbound onto Highway 105 and follow for 25.8 miles to the entrance to Grayland Beach State Park (on the west side of Highway 105)
Fishing: Ocean fishing is at its best at Westport, Washington. Fish for Salmon, Steelhead, Ling Cod, Rockfish and bottom fish. Several charter companies operate out of Westport, 7 1/2 miles north on Highway 105. A directory of the many charter companies can be found at: Westport Charters Directory
Astronomy Opportunities: The skies at Grayland Beach State Park are often cloudy at night. To find a spot to set up a telescope for astronomy camping is difficult due to the trees. The best bet would be a blanket, binoculars and the beach.
Nearby Golfing:Highland Golf Course 2200 1st Street Cosmopolis, WA 98537 Telephone: 360-533-2455 Highland Golf Course
Contact Information:Grayland Beach State Park Cranberry Beach Rd Grayland, WA 98547 (360) 902-8844 Grayland Beach State Park
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The sign welcoming RV campers and tent campers to Grayland Beach State Park
The map showing all facilities at Grayland Beach State Park
The restrooms at Grayland Beach State Park offer hot showers and flush toilets
A typical back in RV camping site at Grayland Beach State Park
One of the yurts at Grayland Beach State Park. Note that RV hookups are available at the yurts
One of the full hookup RV camping or tent camping sites at Grayland Beach State Park. Many sites are within 50 steps of beach views
This view and rest bench at Grayland Beach State Park is only 50 steps from the nearest camping site
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