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This part is in Port Townsend which is a beautiful town. The park is on the ocean which is great for walking in the sand , it does mean however that the wind can be vicious in early spring. We were glad we were in a our small RV rather than tent camping. There are beautiful big homes for rent for groups.
Tons of frees. Plenty of walking spaces, hiking trails and a large lake and dock. There's an "environmental learning center" and plenty to keep kids busy.
Tent sites in the trees are some of the best for privacy. Trailer sites are more in the open but have plenty of space for backing in as well as electric hook-ups, fire pits, and a dump site.
Close enough to Seattle or Great Wolf lodge to be in a good location, and far enough away to feel like you're away from the cities.
The campground was okay. A bit swampy when we were there in March, overgrown in parts, sparse in others, and not very well maintained. But it's relatively close to Seattle, which is great, and there's a nice day use area across the highway.
Would only stay here again for its proximity to Seattle. Not somewhere I'd go out of my way to stop.
Cannot beat the location of this RV Park and Marina. If you are camping in your RV/Van the best spots are waterfront ones which are also the most expensive. But the expansive views are worth it and the marina is picturesque and proximity to all restaurants and all that downtown Port Townsend has to offer is very hard to beat. There were open spots in February but I bet this place is really hard to get in in the summer. Plan ahead!
This is a nice wooded campground located right off Hwy101 and on Sequim Bay. Boat launch and at low tide a pebble beach make this a great spot for water recreation. Some campsites are waterfront (#80-82 have best views) and others have partial water views through the trees. The Olympic Discovery Trail runs through the park making this an ideal spot for people wanting a protected and scenic bike trail cycling experience. Some hike-bike-in only sites as well.
Fort Flagler State Park is located at the northernmost end of Marrowstone Island and has some amazing beach camping sites. We were lucky to snatch one of the last waterfront sites for our van, site 107 a standard (no- hookups) one at the end of the beach front row which had a couple of trees nearby and offered some privacy but also had still nice water views and even its own little path to the beach. It was also pretty close to the bathroom but not too close. Sites 107-116 are beach front with various height of bushes in front of the water. The most open is 116. Sites 116-108 are hook-up sites. Cell reception was good on AT&T
Bathrooms were cleaned but we did not see showers. I think there is a separate bathhouse that may be closed in the winter. We did not look for it.
Beautiful beaches on both sides of the long spit. We saw kite surfers and wind-surfers doing amazing stunts in the sunset. Breathtaking. You can also see the lights of Port Townsend, ferries passing by and the Olympics. Truly a spectacular place to camp!