Grayland Beach State Park RV & Campground Guide
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If you're looking for a spot to play on a sandy beach while watching a Pacific Ocean sunset, then head to Grayland Beach State Park. At this park near Grayland, Washington, you will find plenty of space to fly a kite. Anglers will want to bring along their fishing equipment, and you can go crabbing and clamming. This park is 131 miles southeast of Seattle, 72 miles west of Tacoma, and 6 miles south of Westport, Washington.
Spring 43-56 F
Summer 50-64 F
Fall 45-64 F
Winter 37-49 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Grayland Beach State Park
Bring your RV so that you can watch as the beach changes during low and high tides. If you don't have one, you can choose to rent one on RVshare.com as you won't want to miss any opportunity to add a level of comfort to your fun.
Kenanna RV Park
Your children will love playing in the sandbox, playground, and taking advantage of the other amenities built for them at Kenanna RV Park. Everyone will love the camp store that sells ice cream. Rates start at about $45 per night.
Water hookup: Yes
Electrical hookup: Yes
Sewer hookup: Yes
Other amenities: TV lounge, camp store, playground
Twin Harbors State Park
Set up camp at the 225-acre Twin Harbors State Park, where you can play on the beach or hike along trails running under tall pine trees. Rates start at about $27 per night.
Water hookup: Yes
Electrical hookup: Yes
Sewer hookup: Yes
Other amenities: beach, hiking trails
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What to Do at
Grayland Beach State Park
Inside Grayland Beach State Park
The large open spaces in this park make for great places to go kite flying. Follow the short loop through the grassy dunes to get to the beach from the campground. Seasonal salmon fishing can be great from the shoreline, and you can catch bottom-feeder fish in the ocean. Stop at the camp store to stock up on supplies and get an ice cream cone.
Outside Grayland Beach State Park
Grayland Beach State Park is in Grays Harbor County, Washington, and you can find a lot of terrific places to dine and shop in the county and along this part of Washington’s Pacific coast. You can also find other places that you may want to visit. Here are a few local places to consider.
Local Bar and Grill
Very close to the park’s entrance, you'll find Local Bar and Grill. Stop for breakfast sandwiches on the weekends. Come back for sandwiches and wraps at lunch. Be sure to check out their dinner specials like steak and meatloaf.
Location: 2183 WA-105, Grayland, WA 98547
Start your visit to the Wheelhouse Restaurant with a fresh salad. Then, choose between the specialty pasta entrees or the made-to-order sandwiches. You can also find many fabulous wines at this restaurant.
Location: 1800 WA-105, Grayland, WA 98547
Cranberry Road Winery
The owners of Cranberry Road Winery decided to come home to offer discriminating guests the best wines and farm-to-table meals possible after traveling the world. If you're in search of a spot for a special occasion, this could be the perfect restaurant.
Location: 2858 S Forrest St, Westport, WA 98595
The Lighthouse Bistro
The menu changes seasonally at The Lighthouse Bistro to take advantage of the fresh seafood and produce. Alternatively, you can opt for Angus steak meals. You'll also find many pasta dishes at this upscale restaurant.
Location: 1155 W Ocean Ave Westport, WA 98595
El Rancho Family Mexican Restaurant
The El Rancho Family Mexican Restaurant is a place where everyone is warmly welcomed to relax and enjoy the colorful décor. Burritos and enchiladas are favorites, and they come with traditionally prepared refried beans and Spanish rice.
Location: 202 W Ocean Ave, Westport, WA 98595
Cachalot Kites, Flags and Windsocks
Find the perfect kite to fly at the beach at Cachalot Kites, Flags and Windsocks, a spot that carries a fantastic variety of themed options. You can also pick up new flags, whirligigs, or spinners for your RV spot or your home.
Location: 2511 Westhaven Dr, Westport, WA 98595
Grayland Beach Outfitters
If you're looking for the perfect place to find various local wines, then head to Grayland Beach Outfitters. Be sure to grab fresh spices so that you can prepare that special campfire meal. You'll also want to sample the goat cheese and other food offerings at this store.
Location: 1756 State Rt 105, Grayland, WA 98547
The Rose Cottage
Get home beach décor from The Rose Cottage, just like customers have been doing for more than 25 years. Select from their fashion accessories to put the finishing touches on a special outfit. You can also browse through their wide assortment of gourmet food products.
Location: 1794 State Rt 105 Grayland, WA 98547
Sea Bird Gift & Candy
Select from over 60 flavors of taffy at Sea Bird Gift & Candy. Fun wall hangings, stickers and more are available at this home-owned store to decorate every space in your home. You can also find many trinkets, like glass hearts, that make perfect souvenirs.
Location: 2563 Westhaven Dr, Westport, WA 98595
Tides and Anchors Boutique
If the weather takes an unexpected turn, then head to Tides and Anchors Boutique to pick up seasonally appropriate clothing or a great shirt to take home to remind you of your splendid visit to this area. You can often find live crab here, and you'll also love all their hand-poured soy candles.
Location: 2521 Westhaven Dr, Westport, WA 98595
Grays Harbor Lighthouse
Grays Harbor Lighthouse is the tallest one in the state, and you can climb the 107 feet to its top. Take the tour to learn more about its history and how it works.
Location: 1020 W Ocean Dr, Westport, WA 98595
Learn more about the growing of cranberries and their harvesting throughout history at Furford-Cranberry Museum. You can also learn a little about logging and other industries in the South Beach area from the 1930s through the 1950s.
Location: 2395 State Route 105, Grayland, WA 98547
Westport Maritime Museum
Located next to the Grays Harbor Lighthouse, the building containing the Westport Maritime Museum was originally the Coast Guard's Lifeboat Station, Grays Harbor station. Stop here to see the lens from the lighthouse on Destruction Island and the types of boats that sailed in this harbor throughout history.
Location: 2201 Westhaven Dr, Westport, WA 98595
Twin Harbors Beach State Park
Winter storm watching is a favorite pastime at Twin Harbors State Park located 4 miles south of Westport. You can go hiking and play on the beach at this location.
Location: 3120 Highway 105, Westport, WA 98595
Westport Light State Park
Bring a picnic to eat at one of the eight shelters at Westport Light State Park. Then, head down the short trails to the beach.
Location: 1595 Ocean Avenue, Westport, WA 98595
How to Get to
Grayland Beach State Park
If you're in Grayland, Washington, get on Washington 105 South. Go for about 1.1 miles and turn right on Cranberry Beach Road. You'll see the park on your left.
Entering Grayland Beach State Park
This park is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the winter and 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. in the summer.
Grayland Beach State Park Per passenger vehicle : $10.0
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Frequently Asked Questions About Grayland Beach State Park
Grayland Beach State Park has a mild, rainy climate. The park sees heavy rainfall between October and May. Summers are very cool, with temperatures ranging from 49 to 67 degrees Fahrenheit, and winters rarely drop below 36 degrees.
The best time to visit Grayland Beach State Park are between May and September. In addition to offering the warmest temperatures, those months typically see the least rainfall of the year.
The campground at Grayland Beach State Park features 100 designated RV campsites. There are 58 sites with full hookups and 42 with only water and electricity, and the maximum site length is 40 feet.
Grayland Beach State Park offers the chance to see unique aquatic creatures. The area is inhabited by whales, seals, shellfish, squid, starfish, sea cucumbers, crabs, octopuses, coyotes, deer, rabbits, and numerous birds.
Grayland Beach State Park is a pet-friendly area. Pets are permitted as long as they remain on leashes of no longer than 8 feet. However, they are not allowed on designated swimming beaches.