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Grayland Beach State Park is located just south of the town of Grayland in Pacific County, Washington. Set on the spectacular Pacific Ocean and popular with RV enthusiasts, Grayland Beach State Park offers a 581-acre marine camping park featuring a windswept beach, grassy sand dunes, and shore pine trees.
The park sprawls within the territory of several Native American groups, including the Shoalwater Bay and Chehalis tribes. Beginning in the 1870s, Euro-Americans settled within the lands that now comprise the park. The park was officially given its name in 1972. Book an RV in Grayland, and then spend a day or two doing some beach exploration. Experience everything else Grayland Beach State Park has to offer during your spectacular family fun adventure!
There are 7,449 feet of ocean frontage at Grayland Beach State Park. One of the major draws to this public recreation area is Grayland Beach, a wide sandy expanse that goes on for miles. This is an excellent place to take a peaceful walk with your dog along the stunning shoreline (just keep pets leashed at all times on the beach, trail areas, and at campsites). This is also a popular beach for flying kites in the Northwest winds. Or launch out into the wild Pacific Ocean waves for some surfing.
Don't forget to pack both flip flops and walking shoes in your RV rental for this camping trip. There are about 0.6 miles of hiking trails to traverse at this park, with five marked, short trails leading from the campground through the grassy dunes and dense thickets of shore pine trees to the beach.
This is a great park for birdwatching. Keep an eye out for the abundant shore and sea birds that inhabit the area while you enjoy some relaxing beachcombing. Grayland Beach State Park also attracts visitors to seasonal saltwater fishing, clamming, and crabbing opportunities. If you’re planning to do any fishing or shellfish harvesting during your motorhome camping trip, make sure you have a recreational license and a good sense of Washington state park fishing regulations.
Camping with an RV is easy and convenient when you stay at Grayland Beach State Park. There are 60 full-hookup sites and 38 partial-utility sites with water and electrical hookups. The maximum site length is 60-feet, just be aware there’s limited availability for the larger sites. The campground accommodates larger RVs with camping loops that feature spacious, paved driveways. You’ll find a variety of amenities here, including restrooms, showers, a trailer dump station, and an amphitheater.
If you’re in need of any supplies while you’re camping at Grayland Beach State Park, head to the welcome center during office hours to find everything from firewood and ice to beverages and snacks available for purchase. Further supplies and services are also close at hand in the towns of Westport and Grayland.
Reservations are accepted throughout the year and are even recommended during the offseason when Grayland campers can experience unique events like the razor clam tides, which offer fun opportunities to dig for the prized shellfish, which are plentiful here. When you’re ready to book a site here simply call ahead or make a reservation online.
A seaside vacation at Grayland Beach State Park is a great start to further adventures around this magnificent region of Washington. The nearest major highway to the rural community of Grayland is Highway 101, which is accessible by taking using HIghway 105. Grayland is situated on 18 miles of Pacific coastline, which has been dubbed the "Cranberry Coast." Spend some time here discovering the town’s historic cranberry bogs and attend an annual October Cranberry Harvest Festival.
Another quaint southern beach town you may want to explore is Westport. Here you are able to fish, surf, do some whale watching and check out the tallest lighthouse in Washington. Nicknamed “Porthole to the Beach,” Westport has a scenic boardwalk at the end of Neddie Rose Drive that is a great place to see fishermen in action and watch boats gliding in and out of the port. Take a leisurely stroll in some of the charming antique stores lining the streets of Westport and take home a wonderful Washington souvenir.
After you work up an appetite, sample some fresh seafood, and sip a drink at a local brewery or wine bar. There’s plenty of entertainment in this southwest corner of the state, ranging from a mini-golf course to live music to a World Kite Museum. You will find all this and more when you rent a camper near Grayland Beach State Park.