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Pacific Beach State Park

Campground Description:  Pacific Beach State Park is owned and operated by the State of Washington.  Pacific Beach State Park is a destination campground because it isn't on the way to anywhere.  That said, Pacific Beach State Park is a great place to beach comb, drive on the beach (seasonally), surf cast for Perch, fly kites, storm watch during the winter, and explore the tiny hamlet of Pacific Beach.  The campground is devoid of trees but the lack of trees is more than made up for by the sweeping views of the ocean and Joe Creek.  Very limited shopping and services are available in Pacific Beach.  Complete shopping and services are available in Ocean Shores, 17.2 miles south.  Reservations are available.  Open year round.

Number of Sites:  Two yurts, 22 standard sites, 42 utility sites

Electricity:  At 42 sites

Water:  At 42 sites and conveniently located throughout the park

Sewer:  At 42 sites

Waste Water Dump Station:  Yes

Directions:  From Highway 101 Northbound or Southbound - Follow Highway 101 north to a point 4.3 miles north of Hoquiam or 17.3 miles south of Humptulips.  Watch for the intersection of Highway 101 and Ocean Beach Road.  Turn west onto Ocean Beach Road and follow for 20.1 miles where Ocean Beach Road becomes Main Street.  Follow Main Street for 0.2 miles to Second Street.  Turn south onto Second Street and follow for 0.2 miles to the entrance of Pacific Beach State Park.

Fishing:  Deep sea ocean charters are available in Hoquiam and Aberdeen, approximately 26 miles south.  Surf casting for Perch and Smelt is often productive.

Astronomy Opportunities:  Pacific Beach State Park has no trees to obstruct the night sky.  Light pollution is minimal.  The exact location for computerized telescopes is 47.20570 N, 124.20517 W

Nearby Golfing:  17.2 Miles south

Ocean Shores Golf Course
500 Canal Drive NE P.O. Box 369,
Ocean Shores, WA 98569
Phone: 360-289-3357
Ocean Shores Golf Course

Contact Information: 

Washington State Parks
Pacific Beach State Park
49 Second Street
Pacific Beach, WA 98571
Telephone: 360-902-8844
Pacific Beach State Park

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The sign at the entrance to Pacific Beach State Park

A map of the camping facilities at Pacific Beach State Park

The restroom facilities at Pacific Beach State Park offer flush toilets and hot showers

Yurts are available for rent at Pacific Beach State Park

A few of the many tent camping sites at Pacific Beach State Park

Although Pacific Beach State Park offers grassy areas, trees are absent

One of the many back-in RV camoing sites at Pacific Beach State Park

One of the full hookup RV camping sites at Pacific Beach State Park


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