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Pacific Beach State Park, Pacific Beach

(4.4/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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 was an awesome park, even though the temperatures were at freezing the whole time. We walked in since we were staying half a block away. 
  • It was cozy and warm inside, especially the first two nights which were windy and rainy. Only thing is our heater died the third night, but park staff was nice enough to lend us a free-standing heater...  more »
  • Sites are intended for large RV's. No privacy as they are all lined up together. But there are few other camping options and the beach is right at hand. Showers too. 
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  • I just want to take the time to clarify something............the reviews here are (or should be) for Pacific Beach STATE PARK. Pacific Beach State Park & the Pacific Beach Conference Center (owned & managed by the U.S. Navy) are two entirely different places. There are NO rooms at Pacific Beach State Park, and there are NO restaurants, bowling alleys, or hot tubs. You do NOT have to be associated with the military in any respect to stay at Pacific Beach State Park. With that being said, Pacific Beach State Park is a very nice, small, mainly RV park that's within walking distance of the city of Pacific Beach, and is right on the water. The sites are very nice, with great views of the ocean, and oft times AMAZING sunsets. :) We stayed here in our motorhome and had a really nice time, and plan to stay there again in the near future. As far as the older retirees living here, this park may be frequented by older folks, which for me is a good thing, since I am one of those, but there are length-of-stay time limits at all Washington State Parks, so it's not actually possible to be a permanent resident, even if you wanted to. I give this place 4 stars, and the only reason that it isn't 5 stars is because check-in was a little bit of a hassle, since the booth was unmanned & there is a hotline type phone that you have to use to check in, and it's functionality left something to be desired.
  • Service was horrible and made a charge error - gave our payment to another room. Attitudes were lacking. Manager came out and was courteous and willing to help make things right. Much appreciated and she's their saving grace. Honestly - the Worst bed I've ever slept in. And I'm a former grunt. Truly not serviceable. Views were spectacular and the waitress there was amazing. Don't recommend.
  • Nice camping park that's next to the beach. There's only handful of tent camping available, most of the park is for RV's. And of those RV's, we had the feeling that they were mostly of retired people that basically park and live at the park. 90%+ of the crowd there were all older people. Nothing wrong with them, but probably won't be returning because we didn't feel too welcomed.
  • The views and smells are definitely what you're looking for when trying to escape reality for a weekend.
  • Excellent getaway for active military and families....also good campground and RV park. note: hotel will go through major renovations and be close from Oct / Mar 2017.