Ocean City State Park RV & Campground Guide
Nestled on a peninsula jutting off the Washington state coast between the Pacific Ocean and North Bay, Ocean City State Park is a serene retreat offering magnificent shorelines. Visitors will also find beautiful dunes and thickets of shore pine. The park is just south of Olympic National Park and 70 miles east of Olympia. The nearest population centers include the aptly named Ocean Shores to the south and Ocean City to the north. Expect cool and partly cloudy summers and slightly cooler, wetter, and windier winters.
RV Resorts & Campsites in Ocean City State Park
If you’re looking for a convenient way to enjoy the natural beauty of Ocean City State Park, RVing is the perfect solution for you. Whether you’ve rented RVs for years or are considering this comfortable and affordable option for the first time, look no further than RVshare.
Ocean City State Park Campground
The perfect option for anyone looking to immerse themselves in the area, Ocean City State Park’s own campsite is conveniently located in the park and offers 29 full-hookup sites, as well as group accommodation for 20 to 40 people with two RV hookups. Fees for full-hookup campsites range from $35 to $50 per night, during peak season, which lasts from May 15 to September 15. The park also offers partial utility sites.
Water hookup: Yes
Electrical hookup: Yes
Sewer hookup: Yes
Wi-Fi: Call to inquire
Pet-friendly: Call to inquire
Other amenities: Picnic shelters, firewood sold at Welcome Center
Screamin’ Eagle Campground
This playfully named and highly rated campsite is the closest to the Pacific Ocean and the Olympic Peninsula in the area. For $40 per night, you can get a full-hookup site tucked amidst grassy, natural terrain. Screamin’ Eagle welcomes horse riders and kite flyers alike, and they even have stables.
• Water hookup: Yes
• Electrical hookup: Yes
• Sewer hookup: Yes
• Wi-Fi: Unknown
• Pet-friendly: Yes
• Other amenities: Free hot showers and camping supplies, firewood, ice, soda, toys, kites and a microwave at the campground office
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What to Do at
Ocean City State Park
Inside Ocean City State Park
You can count on Ocean City State Park to give you endless options for fun and unique activities. From digging up razor clams to freshwater fishing, birding and horseback riding along the ocean, there’s bound to be something of interest for everyone in your party. In addition to the beach, there’s an amphitheater for outdoor events, an Interpretive Center near the Ocean Shores marina and interpretive signs throughout the park. There's also Duck Lake with facilities for launching boats and grassy areas that accommodate badminton, croquet and volleyball. You can rent horses at the Chance à la Mer and Oyehut beach entrances, or pick up a moped at one of several rental locations.
How to Get to
Ocean City State Park
Regardless of the direction you're coming from, the park is accessible from State Route 115, which branches off of the more major State Route 109.
Entering Ocean City State Park
The park is open year-round. In the summer, the hours are from 6 a.m. to dusk; in the winter, the park is open between 8 a.m. and dusk.
Ocean City State Park Per vehicle : $0.0
Frequently Asked Questions About Ocean City State Park
Summer is the best time to explore Ocean City State Park. Weather conditions at this time are excellent and conducive for a plethora of outdoor recreation activities, including hiking and birding.
Ocean City State Park experiences a Mediterranean climate comprising cool and cloudy summers. Winters are cold, wet and windy. Summer temperatures range between 50 and 68 degrees Fahrenheit, while winter temperatures range between 37 and 50 degrees.
The park’s campground has 29 designated RV camping sites with access to water, sewer and electricity amenities. The area also has a spot for group camping that can host between 20 and 40 people.
Booking a camping spot at Ocean City State Park is not mandatory. However, it is a good idea to reserve space during the peak season, May to September. The fee for full hookup sites is $35 to $50 a night.
This pristine park is a pet-friendly. All pets must be on a leash no longer than six feet. They must behave appropriately and be under supervision throughout the visit. You must also clean up your pet's messes.
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