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Kenanna RV Park Grayland

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Kenanna RV Park
2959 State Route 105
Grayland
WA
98547
Tel: 360 267-3515

Directions

If you are coming from Olympia, take Hwy 8 then 12 to Aberdeen. Follow signs for Westport and Grayland (SR105), and drive to the end (about 25 miles) and turn left to Grayland.

Where are we going today?

With 9 large pull through, full hook up sites, Kenanna RV Park can accommodate any sized RV loving family!  If you aren't the RV types, never fear! For those loving it the old style rustic way, they have secluded tent sites for you to call home.

If neither of those take your fancy, they have sweet log Camp Cabins with their own porch that you can enjoy the nights on.  Each cabin also has it's own fire pit and picnic table!

The park is right on the Washington Coast, so you will be able to hear the sound of the ocean and smell that sea air in no time - so is a great option for those families who just love getting out tot the water, basking on the beach and having a splash in the ocean.

The park has a Club House right next to the recreational hall and restrooms and showers, where you will find chairs, tables, books, games, and couches to relax, and hang out with all the new friends you've made in the park! 

The local area is filled with fun events and attractions for you to enjoy during your family time away - from arts festivals, kite festivals, jet ski competitions and even Rusty Scupper Pirate Days! Arrrr they be camping for sure! 

There are BBQ's for you to cook up a storm on, or a convenience store where you can pick up some bits and pieces (kids - maybe you want to surprise mom and dad and cook dinner? Go on, they would love it!) 

Don't forget your sunscreen if you're heading for that beach! 

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What is there to do?

To start, you're right near the beach! You can beachcomb over 18 miles! You can fish for salmon at Westport, or visit the Westport Aquarium. There is clam digging, crab fishing, driftwood hunting, kite flying, museums, surf fishing, a basketball court and tennis court, and berry picking! Will that keep you going to start with?

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up $33 (for 4 persons over 6 years) / day
  • Tents $19 (for 4 persons over 6 years) / day
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Facilities on site

Propane is available to buy, there is a convenience store, club room with activities, showers and restrooms, as well as a laundry. There are also fire pits and a fish and clam cleaning station, as well as a play area for kids!

I'm Hungry!

There are BBQs so you can enjoy your own cooked dinner! .

Any Top Tips?

Rates are based on 4 people. Extra persons are $3.

What people are saying?

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    The new owners (4 years now) have made an effort to improve this campground but are fighting an uphill battle from bad reviews based on previous owners. They have addressed the entry drive pothole issue on their property though part of the road is not their responsibility. It is only a couple of hundred yards in any case and perfectly acceptable. The restrooms are reasonably clean, but rustic as are the cabins on the site. The grounds are beautifully grass covered and there are useful family and social halls. Beach access is best accomplished by...Read More

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    Very great! we love it so much we go every year and we have done the same for over 35 years now! I would have to say its worth the drive from other places. And the owners are very kind! I would never say 4 stars! 5 is what its worth :) If you think its bad then your wrong. And yes theydo have beach access. Our family will be going there in less than 4 days and we will be with our cousins and parents and grandparents! Everyone loves Kenanna! :D

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    We had a great experience! The owners that we talked to have been there just 3 years, so that earlier review of owners must have been the previous ones, these owners were very nice and helpful! We stayed in tent site 96, very secluded. There really isn't any beach access, but it's not a far drive to an access point. The grounds were very clean and beautiful! The bathrooms had showers which were very cheap, and clean. We will be going back!

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    what a great place great owners and very beautiful spacious relaxing and didnt want to leave if your in the grayland westport area stay hear the new owners are great

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    Nice sites, nice owners. No beach access. Cheap propane.

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by Chuck Kelso

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The new owners (4 years now) have made an effort to improve this campground but are fighting an uphill battle from bad reviews based on previous owners. They have addressed the entry drive pothole issue on their property though part of the road is not their responsibility. It is only a couple of hundred yards in any case and perfectly acceptable. The restrooms are reasonably clean, but rustic as are the cabins on the site. The grounds are beautifully grass covered and there are useful family and social halls. Beach access is best accomplished by making a short drive to the Grayland State Park access road and right onto a really great beach. This place is very affordable and would be great for a budget minded family get-together. The RV rate is $33 and the "Royal" cabins go for $61 (Royal, I assume, because they have a private "throne"). If you don't expect the "Ritz" (and why would you in Grayland?), you will enjoy this park.

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