Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Twin Harbors State Park
Drive In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Twin Harbors State Park is located in Washington
46.856 N
-124.108 W
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19 Reviews of Twin Harbors State Park
Busy place

We camped here for our honeymoon party. Brought a ton of friends and partied there. I cannot say that we were model citizens, but then again there were plenty of little boys climbing the trees to see into our camp after we put up tarps for privacy screens. This place has some greenery to make privacy between spaces, but it is always busy when we were there. There’s ice cream vendors and firewood trucks that come through the park, so it is not exactly an escape from civilization at all. Really close to all Westport can offer.

Nice park next to the beach

Very nice tent portion of the campground, short walk to the beach, beach is very long and uncrowded, although they allow driving on it.

RV spots with hookups are lined up next to each other, very little space between.

Nice to have full hookups but we opted for a tent spot with our camper.

Better for tents

We took the family to Twin Harbors during Westport’s Pirate festival. The festival was fun, the RV campground was not awesome though. First, it’s pretty tightly packed in. Even sitting at your picnic table feels like you’re intruding in your neighbors. Some folks had an RV or trailer and a tent and there was literally zero other space, it was hard to tel where one site ended and the other began. Fire pits are elevated grills at many sites, which I’m not a fan of. Additionally, we had to run to town because the water and power hookups are ridiculously far away from where they sit on anyone’s trailer or RV. And you have to cross a highway to get to the beach. Tents, though: sites looked better, bigger, more divided. Also they’re on the other side of the highway so beach access is easier. We decided that if we do return we’ll dry camp in our little trailer at the tent sites and feel Better about our trip.

Nice secluded campsites

These sites are nice and secluded. Most are like little wooded coves. The tent sites were small, but good for a 4-6 persom tent. The restrooms are clean and have showers. The city of Westport was charming and not a far drive.

Beach fun within walk

This is the spot to camp if your heading to westport, wa. The A side, sites 192-299 are the best for summer camping but in the late fall and winter this side can get flooded out and it is often closed. There are trails that lead thru the woods out to the beach and for the less adventurous you can follow a paved road just to the north. There is a winery/restaurant within walking distance that was recently rebuilt. There is a gas station just down the road for the few things you forgot and right beside the gas station is a great help yourself firewood seller with very reasonable prices for the area.

The A side has two bathroom buildings with showers that are coin operated but you have to get coins at the ranger station at the main entrance on B side. Make sure you pick up a few to save a walk. You can also rent cabins or yurts on the A side.

The B side offers better RV access with hookups and a dump site. The tent sites on the B side are slightly more closed in with a cozy woodsy feel.

Bring the bug spray, the mosquitos can get rampant during the wetter times since there is often standing water thru the bogs and marsh nearby.

Down the road is the cute town of westport where you can catch your own fish or buy fresh caught right off the docks. If you missed Brady's oyster farm on the way in you can pick up some at Merinos along with a great selection of seasonal local caught fish.

Clean, family friendly beach camping

We took our small children to Twin Harbors and found it to be a nice escape from the heat. It was nice to see the park rangers continuously coming through picking up trash and checking in on campers if needed. Quiet campground which was a relief after reading other reviews. Clean bathrooms and well stocked considering the campground was full. A nice walk to the beach where we were able to collect lots of sand dollars. The camp is just a short drive from Westport, a cute charter town. When we arrived the check in hostess was extremely friendly and made the start of our experience a memorable one.

Pet Friendly Yurt

Pros: Close to the ocean so you can hear the waves at night while you fall asleep, lots of clean bathrooms with lots of showers, close to downtown Westport where you can fish and crab off the dock Cons: Campsites are very close together, not much privacy (I could hear neighbors having conversations through the yurt walls)


Okay spot, lots of bugs!

Space and beach access

Great choice for camping/surfing/hiking out on the coast if your looking for a little more than the dispersed camping on Forest Service land or NP camps. There’s tons of space here and clean facilities. Try to stay in the west campground as it’s an easy walk to the beach where you don’t have to cross the highway. Best of all in Bog Water brewery and pizza across the street is an easy walk and crawl back to your tent!

Good for the night

This made a great 1 night stay. Seems like they had a decent amount to offer. Saw some cabins and yurts. Bathrooms were semi clean, but sites were small.