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About Grayland Beach State Park
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State
Access
Drive In
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Grayland Beach State Park is located in Washington
Latitude
46.793 N
Longitude
-124.092 W
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16 Reviews of Grayland Beach State Park
Very nice!

The camp ground was very nice with good sized Rv sites. The sites were pretty private

The bathroom was well maintained and clean. Good location and close to the ocean. We will be back again.

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My all time favorite

This is my favorite place to camp. Our kids loved going there and now our grandchildren love it. So much to do with a nice beach at the park. More beaches in Westport along with fishing and crabbing make the days go by so fast because of all the fun you are having. Lots to do in the surrounding area.

Popular campground with huge beach

Grayland seems to be off the beaten path when it comes to state campgrounds, only 30 minutes outside of Aberdeen. The campground is very popular but worth it for the great beach. The beach is massive, clean, and very few people are out there. We always feel like we have the whole beach to ourselves to let the kids and dogs run! Just up the road is the small town of Westport if you feel the need to be social. Stop by Granny Hazel's for a sweet treat, then hit the marina for fresh prawns or crab!

Popular campground with huge beach

Grayland seems to be off the beaten path when it comes to state campgrounds, only 30 minutes outside of Aberdeen. The campground is very popular but worth it for the great beach. The beach is massive, clean, and very few people are out there. We always feel like we have the whole beach to ourselves to let the kids and dogs run! Just up the road is the small town of Westport if you feel the need to be social. Stop by Granny Hazel's for a sweet treat, then hit the marina for fresh prawns or crab!

Popular campground with huge beach

Grayland seems to be off the beaten path when it comes to state campgrounds, only 30 minutes outside of Aberdeen. The campground is very popular but worth it for the great beach. The beach is massive, clean, and very few people are out there. We always feel like we have the whole beach to ourselves to let the kids and dogs run! Just up the road is the small town of Westport if you feel the need to be social. Stop by Granny Hazel's for a sweet treat, then hit the marina for fresh prawns or crab!

Popular campground with huge beach

Grayland seems to be off the beaten path when it comes to state campgrounds, only 30 minutes outside of Aberdeen. The campground is very popular but worth it for the great beach. The beach is massive, clean, and very few people are out there. We always feel like we have the whole beach to ourselves to let the kids and dogs run! Just up the road is the small town of Westport if you feel the need to be social. Stop by Granny Hazel's for a sweet treat, then hit the marina for fresh prawns or crab!

Awesome Beach Getaway

Hidden gem on the coast! Just south of Westport is Grayland Beach State Park. Perfect spot to dig for razors or to just get away to the beach. Great tent and yurt sites, lots of water access, and trails in the area. Visit Westport for a few hours and enjoy the small beach town vibe.

Great for families and short getaway trips, rain or shine.

Great campground!

We stayed in site 108. The pad was surrounded by trees and felt really private. Protected from the wind. We were a few feet from a beach entry. Waking up our first morning it really loved up to it's name. Clouds and spotty showers left us wet but excited for the day! We were a 5 minute walk from beach. Night time left us listening to the waves breaking on the beach. Great site and we'll be back.

Beaches

Gray skies lots of beach to run the dogs! Mosquitoes too!

Great camping and park in a beachy town

The vibe of this town and park reminds me of the coastal towns on the East Coast.  Excellent wildlife (especially birds) and endless beach and dunes to explore. The campsites are surrounded by short trees and are very close to the beach, with some having views of the water. There are some yurts to rent too! Bring kites, surfboards, kayaks, and binoculars.