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Having the opportunity to camp at Ocean City State Park is a great reason to book an RV in Grays Harbor County. This county, and state park are located right in the middle of the Washington coast and is located on one of two peninsulas that create North Bay. The park is open throughout the entire year and is home to approximately 250 acres of land.
There are creeks that run through the park, beaches along its shores, and plenty of migratory birds that make this area a stopping point during their annual flight patterns. Ocean City State Park is near to some major cities, including Ocean Shores, Aberdeen to the east, and Olympia further inland. The area experiences a lot of run during the year, approximately 100 inches annually, so be sure to bring your raincoat when renting an RV to explore the area.
Ocean City State Park borders the Pacific Ocean, which is enough by itself to keep guests occupied for days on end. Everything from fishing to swimming, boat tours, beach days, and more can be enjoyed on the ocean. There are also designated areas where explorers are able to search for clams, so long as they have the appropriate permits. But don’t worry, when you rent a camper near Ocean City State Park the ocean isn’t the only outdoor attraction to keep you busy.
Hiking the dunes at the park is both exhausting and exhilarating, since the higher you climb, the better the ocean and inland views become. Some dunes, when climbed atop of, offer views of the Olympic mountains to the northeast, while others offer great views of the Pacific Ocean to the west. Surrounding the dunes are also plenty of dense pine groves that are filled with both salt and freshwater marshes.
A unique activity to enjoy when camping at Ocean City State Park is being allowed to drive on the dense sandy beaches. This is only allowed during specific times of the year, and these times are dictated by safety standards. The sand on the upper side of the beach is typically more dense, and by being able to drive on it, outdoor lovers can explore further along the coast in a shorter period of time than they could on foot. Dog sleds with wheels are also allowed on the beach during all seasons, which is another very unique and exciting way to explore the ocean front at your leisure.
One of the best parts about RV camping at state parks is being able to enjoy the outdoors while still benefiting from the modern amenities we’ve all grown to love. Ocean City State Park is home to nearly 150 standard campsites, but only about 30 of those are full hookup sites for RVs. Each RV site contains both water and electricity hookups, the latter being offered in both 30 and 50 amps for convenience.
Throughout the campsite, there is access to many shared amenities, including four different restrooms and six showers with hot water. There is a dumping station for RV users, and those wishing to camp should be aware that the largest RV allowed is 50 feet. While you are RV camping at Ocean City State Park, you’ll have decent privacy since there are four different loops to choose from, and each site has a moderate amount of trees surrounding it.
Ocean Shores, which is located directly to the south of the state park, is home to a gorgeous 18 hole golf course that golf-loving guests should play at during their stay. This course offers unparalleled views of the Pacific Ocean and North Bay, as the course is sandwiched between the two. The holes on the course range in difficulty and the onsite pro shop is happy to rent clubs to visitors who didn’t bring their own since they are motorhome camping.
Unfortunately, aside from the golf course Ocean Shores doesn’t offer much else in the way of amenities. The next closest town is Aberdeen, which is to the east, and here you can find a wide assortment of restaurants to keep the whole family happy and fed. In Aberdeen, there is the standard fast food options, as well as plenty of local restaurants that include Italian, Chinese, Japanese, home-style cooking American, sandwich shops, pizza places, and more. Aberdeen is also a very convenient place to fill your fuel tank before heading further inland.
During the extent of your stay head south of Aberdeen to Raymond, which is the home of the Northwest Carriage Museum. Although you’ll be exploring the area by driving in a rental RV, the museum is a great place to learn about how folks explored the area before automobiles. The museum originally opened in 2002, and in the span since opening the museum curator has managed to collect more than 50 vehicles to display. There are old-style carriages, carts, and more. Guests will also have a chance to explore a large collection of authentic tools, time period clothing, artifacts, and pictures that tell the story of how people lived and traveled in the Pacific Northwest in the past.