Laurie W.

Marysville , WA

Joined June 2019

Oceanside camping

89 W/50amp/no sewer. Large, paved, level, private campsites. Walk through the dunes to the beach to put your feet in the ocean.

The Dunes

27 $40 per night for W/S/30amp/G. Friendly, very accommodating, & welcome service. Very rustic with no access to the beach because of Copalis River blocking the way. Close to Quinault Casino & Ocean Shores. If you need a place to stay because it’s the weekend and the state parks are booked, you will find one here.

Campsite 59

Right on the ocean at Pacific Beach, this campground is small, but so close to the water. The sand is wonderful & the views are magnificent! No sewer or water hookups & no campfires except on the beach. Totally worth the visit!

Beautiful Hood Canal

Our campsite #40 was plenty spacious enough to accommodate our 30’ 5th wheel with room left over to park our truck too. Overhead trees provided a nice shade canopy. Nice walk to the beach from our campsite. Hood Canal is beautiful. It’s close to the Lucky Dog Casino and a place selling freshly caught king salmon that they fillet for you right there. North on 101, don’t miss Hama Hama seafood! We picked up fresh Dungeness crab and local oysters for dinner. Lake Cushman is worth the trip to see although I would skip going all the way to the end of the lake as the road is dusty gravel and very busy.