Grayland Beach State Park is a 581-acre, year-round, marine camping park with 7,449 feet of spectacular ocean frontage. The park attracts kite flyers, observers and people wanting a day at the beach. The park offers campsites both full and partial hookup and yurts within walking distance of the ocean.
In 1805, Clark and his party of 11 men hiked from Station Camp to Cape Disappointment on Nov. 18. The last mile of their hike to the ocean was through present-day Cape Disappointment State Park (formerly Fort Canby State Park). This park offers full and partial hookup sites along with yurts.
This campground is part of the Lake Roosevelt NRA and must be booked on Rec.Gov Same day bookings are available. Campsites are no hookup so come prepared. The campsites in the first loop are usually taken by folks with boats as it's next to the boat launch. All are great sites. A bit tight for bigger rigs.
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