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Quinault RV & Marina
Campground Description: Quinault RV and Marina is owned by the Quinault (Native American) Tribe. Quinault RV & Marina is somewhat understated in appearance but it excels in location and services. The RV camping and tent camping facility offers a boat launch, hot showers, flush toilets, a laundry facility and beach access. Full services and shopping are available in the resort town of Ocean Shores (0.5 miles north). Open year round. See the contact information below to determine if reservations are possible or necessary.
Number of Sites: Unknown - Estimated 50 RV camping sites and 50 tent camping sites
Electricity: At every RV camping site
Water: At every RV camping site
Sewer: At every RV camping site
Waste Water Dump Station: Yes
Directions: From the Intersection of State Routs 109 and 115, Approximately 34 Miles West of Aberdeen - Drive south on Highway 115 for 2.25 miles to the intersection of Damon Road and Point Brown Ave NE. Turn left (south) onto Point Brown Ave NE and follow for 5.6 miles to the entrance to Quinault RV and Marina
Fishing: Quinault RV and Marina offers a boat launch with access to the bay and the ocean. Launch your boat and fish for world class Salmon and Steelhead in season.
Astronomy Opportunities: Good. Little light pollution although winds are a potential problem. The exact location for computerized telescopes is 46.95060° N, 124.13172° W
Nearby Golfing: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:Quinault RV and Marina 1098 Discovery Ave SE Ocean Shores, WA 98569 Telephone: 360-289-4789
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The sign at the entrance to Quinault RV and Marina
A wall mural at Quinault RV & Marina reminds one of the settlers of this area
The restroom facilities at Quinault RV and Marina offer flush toilets, hot showers and a laundry facility
The RV camping area at Quinault RV & Marina offer plenty of space with lots of grass
The tent camping area at Quinault RV and Marina overlooks the ocean
There is room at Quinault RV and Marina for tent campers, RV campers and everyone's boats
The fish cleaning station at Quinault RV & Marina
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