About Dash Point State Park
Dash Point State Park is located in Washington
24 Reviews of Dash Point State Park
its right across from the beach, easy to get to, fun wiith alot to do
Dash Point is easily accessible on a weekday and is suitable for family or singles. I have enjoyed many evenings hiking and trail running the trails and have also felt 100% safe. There is also great accessibility to the water.
Great easy access outside federal way with great hikes a beach and regular maintance and upkeep only problem comes from the city and crime that can sometimes follow lock your stuff up but still family friendly
Dash point is one of the cleanest campsites and parks I’ve been to. The beaches are very close to the sites and have lots of room for kids and dogs to hangout and cool off from the heat!
If you are in Tacoma and dont have a chance to get to the East side or the coast, head to Dash Point. Just twenty minutes from Tacoma, Dash Point has a great camp ground and yurts a plenty for a quick getaway. Easy water access and lots of trails to explore make it very family friendly.
full hookups available showers are older but clean. need to buy tokens for the shower. lots of trails and beach Scott
Beautiful weather and close escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Clean facilities as well!
Easy to get to, nice getaway from the city. Sites were relatively private, included bench and fire pit and facilities were clean :)
After flying into SeaTac late in the afternoon this campground was a great place to start our Washington trip and only about 30 minutes from the airport. Located within the Dash Point State Park, there are day use facilities in addition to the campground including an ampitheatre, beach access and lots of hiking trails. The campground itself is well appointed with spacious spots, although the sites aren't huge, they are wooded enough to provide decent privacy. Our site (#21) was right across from a trailhead that led down to the beach which made for a great sunset watching location, I would definitely recommend reserving a spot on the lower loop by the beach trail. The site has a paved parking pad, flat spots for a tent, a picnic table and a fire pit with a grill top. The bathrooms are easily accessed by wooded trails and kept quite clean. Even visiting during the middle of the high season the campground didn't feel crowded. Although unfortunately there was a bit of trash by the beach, the campground was quite clean altogether and I would definitely stay here again.
We were only here for a few hours for questival, but the campsite was pretty nice and the walk down to the beach was gorgeous (especially for sunrise!).