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Grayland Beach State Park Grayland

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Grayland Beach State Park
925 Cranberry Beach Rd
Grayland
WA
98547
Tel: 360-267-4301

Where are we going today?

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.
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    Nicely secluded camping sites, nice beach. The yurts look awsome!

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    Love, love, love this campground. Friendly staff, short walk to the beach, protected from the wind. Agree with others who have said this is awesome for winter camping!

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    Peaceful and relaxing. Uncrowded. Beautiful sunsets.

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    Full of friendly campers. Good beach access. Site was good size.

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    GREAT winter camping. Since no one usually camps in the winter, you can really keep an eye on what the weekend weather looks like and book a really awesome site a day or 2 beforehand. We recently stayed early February and had sunny skies and 60 degree temps! The campground is very tidy and the loops are perfect for younger kids to ride their bikes around by themselves. The walk to the actual surf is longer than most coast campgrounds but the beach is perfect for sandcastles and kite flying. The only possible cons here are the hoards of drivers who...Read More

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GREAT winter camping. Since no one usually camps in the winter, you can really keep an eye on what the weekend weather looks like and book a really awesome site a day or 2 beforehand. We recently stayed early February and had sunny skies and 60 degree temps! The campground is very tidy and the loops are perfect for younger kids to ride their bikes around by themselves. The walk to the actual surf is longer than most coast campgrounds but the beach is perfect for sandcastles and kite flying. The only possible cons here are the hoards of drivers who think it's fun to race down the beach, I don't get the whole "driving on the beach is fun" thing though, so it could just be me. The bathrooms were clean and in our loop, had private/individual stalls. My 3 kids and I had no trouble fitting in to the room in order to brush our teeth and wash our faces without dealing with the hub bub of other folks jockeying for a spot at the sink. We typically don't camp here in the summer because it often fills up VERY fast so definitely think you need to plan ahead if you plan on coming in the summer.

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