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Pacific Beach State Park, Pacific Beach

#57 of 136 in Nature in Washington State
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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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  • This campground is about as close as you can get to being on the beach. Which makes it worth not having water or sewer. (Only electric) The bathrooms have token showers which are OK. They are clean an...  more »
  • We are particularly grateful to stay near the ocean's edge. There are few amenities other than the ocean which is at your doorstep. The RV utilities are limited to electric hookups, no water or sanita...  more »
  • Best State Park for next to Ocean Beach and beach access. Town of Pacific Beach with stores, gas, propane, and coffee shop within just a few blocks walking distance from park.  more »
  • I love the campground. Great spot when I camped with an elderly, blind dog. Seems like it would be great for kids too. Super close to the beach. They even have little yurts to rent. You have to book pretty early. They go fast in the summer.
  • Fairly basic campground but it's right on the beach which is nice. Get supplies elsewhere as the town doesn't have much going on. The beach itself has a small river that runs into the ocean. It's also a very safe beach for kids. With a very wide (from dunes to breakers) sandy area and shallow water you don't have to worry as much about sneaker waves or crazy rip tides. If you're into beach combing there aren't a ton of shells but we managed to find a half dozen sand dollars and other assorted shells over the three days we were there.
  • Beautiful place to camp. We had a great time on the beach. They fill up fast so make your reservations early. There are no campfire rings on the site they want you to make the fires in the beach. Make sure your pets are on a leash. The bathrooms ran out of toilet paper several times. We ended up buying some at the store nearby and taking it with us to the bathroom.
  • Our favorite beach in Washington. It's a small area but it's very clean and quiet. My son loved running along the beach while we were the only ones there.
  • Camp ground is marginal. Just a bare lot with places to park and tables at each site. Windy. I knew it would be but didn't think about it when we decided at last min to go. Couldn't light charcoal grill for the wind was strong! At moclips there isn't much open on a sunday... meager dinner from gas station store. More planning on my part needed.