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Located in the state of Washington, Scenic Beach State Park covers 88-acres of lush, green forest and opens up to a saltwater beachfront of Hood Canal. With the stunning snowy peaks of Olympic Mountains and Mount Olympus to one side and expansive views of Hood Canal to the other, this park scores high on scenic beauty and camping with an RV here is an exciting experience. The park falls within the quaint town of Seabeck, and is close to the city of Bremerton, while Seattle is about 78 miles away. If you’re traveling without your own rig, look to book an RV rental in Kitsap County and head out to explore the park and its surrounding areas.
The state park had served as a recreational oasis since the 1920s when Joseph Emel ran it as a resort; his historic cottage on the park grounds is still used as a backdrop for weddings. The parkland was bought by the state, and the state park came into being in 1975. Today, this public recreation area is used as an escape to tranquility, peace, and mesmerizing views that are yours to enjoy on your motorhome camping trip to Scenic Beach State Park.
This peaceful park on the outskirts of town is popular with locals and those from out-of-town who flock here for the views and recreational activities offered here. Known for its wild, native rhododendrons, huge trees and a variety of wildlife, the park serves as the perfect spot for nature lovers. Camping at Scenic Beach State Park is a good idea should you wish to go boating, swimming, fishing, or just stroll about the park grounds, taking in the surrounding views.
Boating is popular on Hood Canal, and though the park doesn’t have a launching ramp or mooring buoys of its own, there is located a half-mile east at Misery Point. Docking and moorage are available at Seabeck, one mile east of the park. For kayaking, canoeing, or paddleboarding, head out from the grovel beach at the park itself. For fishing in Hood Canal, you’ll need a recreational license. The beach is also popular for crabbing, sport clamming, and oyster fishing.
Diving is another popular activity here, and though there aren’t any exciting reef structures to explore, the gently sloping bottom with a minimal current makes it an ideal diving spot, especially for beginner divers.
To stretch your legs, head to the ballfield, play area or one of the horseshoe pits. There are volleyball fields too if you want to indulge in a game of volleyball.
It’s a good idea to park your RV rental at Scenic Beach State Park to enjoy easy access to the park’s facilities. There are 52 campsite spaces for tents and 18 pull-through spaces for rigs and camper trailers. There is a dump station, water spigot, restrooms and showers. The kids will love the open spaces they have to run around and play. Bring your pets along too but remember to keep them leashed.
If you plan to camp in an RV near Scenic Beach State Park, head over to Brinnon and the Cove RV Park and Country Store. It has 26 sites with full hookups, big rig access, 30 and 50 AMP electric service, water spigots, sewers, restrooms, and showers. Laundry facilities are available, and there is a well-stocked camp store with propane and firewood available too. For recreation, the kids can use the playground. Pets are welcome although there is no separate pet area.
Illahee State Park in Bremerton is a small campground with 23 sites equipped with full hookups, big rig access, 30 and 50 AMP electricity, sewers, water, a dump station, restrooms, and showers. The kids can make use of the nature trails in the park. Bring your pets along but remember to keep them leashed.
A Kitsap County camper rental will be convenient for you to explore the surrounding areas of Scenic Beach State Park. The city of Bremerton, just about 17 miles from the park, is located on one of Puget Sound’s many harbors and has been home to a Puget Sound Naval Shipyard since 1891. The harbor is the prime attraction of the city and worth checking out. From downtown to the waterfront, there are hip art galleries, cafes, quaint shops, tons of restaurants, and unique architecture to explore. Make time for a movie at the famous Admiral Theater, a beautiful 1942 art decor movie house, replete with old-world movie charm.
The Bremerton Boardwalk is a popular waterfront hub filled with shops, eateries, art installations, and unique boats. The summer months see a lot of festivals held in the area, and it’s a good idea to time your visit for one of them. Harborside Fountain Park is a good escape to stretch your legs, walk the dog or just take in a game of handball. Alongside the park is the Naval History Museum housing naval memorabilia from the area.
Art lovers will enjoy the Bremerton Arts District, one of the largest and most diverse art districts in the country. Make your way to one of the jazz clubs, fine art galleries, bistros or live music venues for an evening of fun! Seafood lovers have much to choose from when it comes to eating out here, along with plenty of other food options.