Pacific Beach State Park, Pacific Beach

Pacific Beach State Park is a state-operated, public recreation area in Grays Harbor County, Washington. The 10acre park offers of Pacific Ocean beachfront and activities that include picnicking, camping, fishing, swimming, clam digging, and beachcombing.
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  • Anytime you get a chance to stop and take in all of Gods creations... Its amazing. The beach was so peaceful. The tranquility of the waves crashing just left you staring in awe! I would definitely che...  more »
  • We were able to reserve a site for our RV late after all the serious clammers knew to get spots, so initially we had no hook up. Great park. Every site has a variety of good points. Joy, who worked da...  more »
  • brilliant place to have a day out. Nice sands, lots of wild life, we even saw dolphins. had a great time doing a picnic on the beach.  more »
  • Fantastic beach for long walks, great sunsets, and morning beachcombing. We often go in winter and pretty much have the beach to ourselves. The RV sites are great... you can see the ocean from your site and fall asleep to the sound of the waves. Clean heated bathrooms with showers [token required], dog friendly, quiet, nice host. The town of Pacific Beach is tiny with nothing to recommend it, but that's probably why this place seems to get few visitors.
  • This lovely little town was a treat to spend time at. Beautiful beaches, nice people, cool little shops. I especially recommend dropping in to the local radio station to say hi. Pacific Beach Inn is a great affordable place to stay.
  • Pacific Beach State Park is located in Pacific Beach, WA! Grey’s County is trying to eliminate our city. The City of Pacific Beach is no longer listed on several maps of Washington. Our beautiful State Park is listed most of the time but our little city’s name is not. Our city is under attack by Grey’s Harbor and a RESORT OF GIANTIC EAST COAST SALT BOX HOUSES. THE LAND HAS BEEN CLEAR CUT! The road between Pacific Beach and Ocean City was STUNNING. THE HEAVILY WOODED EAST SIDE OF State Route 109 and the West side trees framed some of truly STUNNING Ocean views was framed PERFECTLY
  • I go here every year for a family reunion. Every year fills our heads and hearts with memories, thanks to bonding in such a wonderful environment. The sunsets here are spectacular. The woods and beach are equally beautiful, and expansive. You can find yourself lost anywhere you look. There are endless possibilities of adventures you can have if you stay here for a weekend.
  • If Google would allow half stars, my rating would actually be a 3.5 . We stayed in a yurt recently, and though we experienced no issues and generally enjoyed our stay, we likely would not return unless it was the off-season again. The biggest issue is lack of privacy. The sites are very small, and the picnic tables back up right to the trailer next door. With the yurts, there are somehow 2 other sites squeezed in, with a shared "driveway" to park on. Even in early October, about 1/3 of the RV sites were filled, and areas near the water were very crowded. If tenting, note in the off-season the grass gets very saturated and some sites had standing water. There are also no firepits in the campsites, which to some people is an essential part of camping. Aside from the beach, there are not many kid playground, not a very big campground for bike riding, etc. Restrooms were clean and up-to-date. The token machine at the ranger station says it is 1 token for 3 minutes in the showers, but in the shower, the sign says 2 tokens for 3 minutes. Each time I showered, I timed it at almost exactly 5 minutes with 2 tokens, however, the first 45 seconds is brutally cold. The yurt was spacious, and having a heater and light was wonderful on a stormy weekend. The small covered "porch" out front is handy too. I would recommend bringing a towel or mat for the inside, as our shoes tracked water everywhere unless we removed them right away. I also suggest bringing a clothesline or somewhere to hang wet towels or clothing. The location is great...directly on the beach. The town of Pacific Beach doesn't have much, but Seabrook is literally a 2-minute drive south on the highway, and offers a bakery, pizza, a pub, and a small grocery. The campground was generally quiet, with practically no noise from the highway.

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