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Grayland Beach State Park

925 Cranberry Beach Rd,
360-267-4301

This is the kind of place for which kites are made. Grayland Beach runs along the Cranberry Coast and draws folks to its great beachcombing, clamming and horseback rides along the water. The state park offers campsites and an interpretive trail leading to the beach.



Reviews

Prof. Nicholson

Rating:
Thursday, April 12, 2018
This park is located well off Hwy 101 on Hwy 105, but it is easy to find and located near a massive ocean beach. Driving is allowed on this beach, so you must be aware of traffic. The beach has a lot of packed sand, so it is great for walking and kite flying. Trail-heads back to the campgrounds are well marked but it is a long walk from camping to surf. We drove our motorhome to this beach and park there for the day to enjoy the view and kites. The campground is laid out in circles with properly angled spaces that are very easy to back into. Nearly every site has power & water, plus utility sites with sewer. You must buy tokens at the ranger station for the showers, so buy some on your way in. We use our own shower instead. The park is clean and well maintained with good trails. We did not see a playground or any interpretive programs.

Michaelle Merkel

Rating:
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Full hook-ups, and pretty good privacy. Loved 4-wheeling on the beach and there is an interesting light station/house nearby. Make reservations in advance, this campground is quite popular.

Juli Peterson

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Wednesday, April 11, 2018
This is a nice and clean campground with easy access to the ocean. They even have hot showers available for a couple dollars. Be sure to call ahead to reserve a yurt if you need one, there are no same day reservations.

Brandon Howard

Rating:
Saturday, June 2, 2018
Nice and quiet, mostly private sites but a long walk to the beach. Recommend driving down there especially with kids or dogs.

Debra Lapolla

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Saturday, June 2, 2018
This is a excellent place to camp.we come here every year with members of our car club. Some have campers they tow, some have motorhome, we stay in a yurt.

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