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Twin Harbors State Park lies in the middle of Washington’s coastline. Only accessible via Route 105, the largest towns of Raymond and Cosmopolis, can be found around an hours drive away and are a great place to stock up on any last-minute supplies.

Situated on the south cape of the idyllic North Bay, it is hard to believe that this pristine state park was once a military training ground. Established as a state park in the early 1980s, the grounds are now open to the public with a plethora of recreational activities on offer such as dune hiking, surfing and clam fishing.

Located in the more remote area of Washington consider an RV rental in Grays Harbor County should you wish to explore the lesser-visited side of the state.

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Getting Outdoors

With direct access to the Pacific Ocean, camping with an RV at Twin Harbors State Park has become a popular activity among water lovers. During the warmer months, the beach comes alive with surfers and windsurfers hoping to catch their first wave of the season. Head towards the jetty when the tide is high for the best surfing conditions. Surfing here is suitable for both experienced and novice surfers, although if you’re not feeling confident, many of the locals in the area offer surfing lessons that can be paid by the hour. And, for those that wish to simply enjoy the beach for what it is, swimming and sunbathing are possible here too!

Fishing enthusiasts with an RV rental near Twin Harbors State Park will be pleased to know that salmon, rockfish, and perch are all up for grabs in the vast Pacific Ocean. Bring your own rod or hire one from the park office to start fishing. Alternatively, during low tide, bring the whole family to the beach for an afternoon of clam fishing. Razor clams are abundant on these shores and can make for a rewarding meal in the evening. Just make sure to check state regulations for catch limits per person.

The beauty of Twin Harbors State Park lies in its versatility as an all-year-round destination. In the winter months, many choose to rent an RV here to witness the migration of the majestic gray whales. Beginning in late October, these huge mammals begin their movements from the colder, northern waters of the Pacific and head for the warmer waters of California, where they will breed. Alternatively, visit from March to April to see the gray whales return to the north. Take a walk along the short Shifting Sands Trail for some of the best lookouts in the park.

Camping at Twin Harbors State Park

RV camping at Twin Harbors State Park is possible all year round thanks to two camping grounds found within the park’s boundaries. Campers can choose between the East and West Campgrounds, both of which offer similar amenities.

Consider setting up camp with your RV rental at the West Campground if you want to be within close walking distance of the beach. Although there are over 100 sites to choose from here, they tend to be on the smaller side, so camp at the East Campground if you have a big rig. Retaining its primitive nature, the West Campground does not provide any hookup facilities but instead provides modern washrooms complete with flush toilets and hot showers.

For those that would prefer their motorhome camping experience to be a little more luxurious, request a site on the East Campground. Here, there are nearly fifty campsites organized around four different loops, many of which are equipped with both water and electric hookup facilities. Note that the maximum site length here is 35 feet and larger sites can be requested in advance.

Exploring the Area

Drive to Westport, for an eclectic mix of independent restaurants, cafes, and bars as well as interesting museums. Spend a relaxing day perusing some of the niche shops and indulging in a delicious seafood lunch - including a local razor clam or two! Why not finish the afternoon off with a visit to one of the local wineries or breweries in town. Consider a visit to the Cranberry Road Winery for a luxurious wine pairing alongside your seafood lunch.

Use the rest of your time in Westport to visit some of the unique and interesting museums. The Westport Maritime Museum is a must-visit for any history buffs with a Westport camper rental. Originally built in 1939 to serve as a coast guard’s lifeboat station, the building did not become a museum until 1985. Now, the Westport Maritime Museum houses a number of rotating exhibitions as well as an impressive collection of artifacts that document the area’s maritime history.

One of the most impressive parts of the museum is the Whale Skeleton Display House, found in a separate building. Having retrieved the bones of a whale that had beached in Grayland, the team began the meticulous task of reassembling the 30-foot giant in the grounds of the museum. This skeleton structure will certainly wow the whole family.

For an in-depth look into Westport’s current marine life, why not take a visit to the Westport Aquarium. Considered to be one of the oldest public aquariums in Washington, the public has been welcomed through their doors since 1955. Bring the whole family to learn about the fish that inhabit the nearby Pacific waters, get involved with an arts and crafts workshop, or even take part in feeding time!

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