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Grayland Beach State Park
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Grayland Beach State Park © Bethany Walker
Grayland Beach State Park © Bethany Walker
Grayland Beach State Park © Bethany Walker
Grayland Beach State Park © Bethany Walker
Grayland Beach State Park © Don Allan
Grayland Beach State Park © Don Allan
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925 Cranberry Beach Road
Grayland, Washington   98547
(lat:46.7928 lon:-124.0914) map location

Phone: 360-267-4301
Reservations: 888-226-7688
Grayland Beach State Park is a 412-acre, year-round, marine camping park with 7,449 feet of spectacular ocean frontage, just south of the town of Grayland. The park attracts kite flyers, kite-flying observers and those who just like a pleasant day at the beach. The park offers an interpretive trail and sixty full-hookup campsites that are within easy walking distance of the ocean. The park offers an interpretive trail and sixty full-hookup campsites that are within easy walking distance of the ocean.
History of the Area
The park was named for Captain Robert Gray, an American sea captain who discovered all the harbors now named for him.
A Discover Pass is required for vehicle access to Washington state parks for day use. For more information about the Discover Pass and exemptions, please visit the Discover Pass web page.
Ten yurts are reservable year round. Yurts measure 16 feet in diameter by 10 feet high and have hardwood floors, electricity, screen windows and a skylight, all enclose in light-colored canvas with a locking door. Each sleeps six and is equipped with heat and lights, bunk-beds, a futon bed, a table and a porch with a grill. For reservations, call (888) CAMPOUT or (888) 226-7688.
The park has 58 full hookup sites, 42 water & electric hookup sites, 16 yurts, 4 primitive sites, four restroom and eight showers. There are camping loops with large, paved driveways that will accommodate larger rigs. Maximum site length is 40 feet (may have limited availability).There is a maximum of one extra paid vehicle allowed per site (extra vehicle fee paid upon arrival). To reserve a campsite, call (888) CAMPOUT or (888) 226-7688.

Check-in time is 2:30 p.m., and check-out time is 1 p.m.Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 6:30 a.m.Engine-driven electric generators may be operated only between the hours of 8 a.m. and 9 p.m.Length of stay: You may stay up to ten consecutive days in any one park during the summer; the stay limit is extended to 20 days between Oct. 1 and March 31.

1. Dune Trail: This trail offers a scenic hike through the sand dunes, providing stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and surrounding landscapes.

2. Beach Access Trails: These trails provide direct access to Grayland's beautiful beachfront where hikers can enjoy bird watching or simply relax by the sea.

3. Forest Loop Trail: A peaceful walk amidst towering trees with occasional glimpses of local wildlife such as deer and birds; this is an ideal choice for nature lovers seeking tranquility away from crowded areas.

4. Cranberry Bog Nature Walkway: An educational path that takes you around cranberry bogs in operation since 1930s, offering insights into their cultivation process along with opportunities to spot various species of waterfowl during certain seasons.

5. Campground Pathways: Connecting different campgrounds within park boundaries, these pathways are perfect for short strolls under starlit skies after sundown or early morning walks before sunrise.

6. Picnic Area Paths: Short paths leading towards picnic spots equipped with tables and grills allowing visitors to combine hiking activities with outdoor dining experiences surrounded by natural beauty.

7. Interpretive Trails: Offering informative signs about flora & fauna found within park premises enhancing understanding about ecosystem while enjoying leisurely hikes at own pace.

8. ADA:Accessible Boardwalks: Designed specifically keeping accessibility needs in mind, these boardwalk-style trails allow wheelchair users easy navigation across sandy terrains ensuring everyone gets chance explore wonders offered by Grayland Beach State Park.

9. Wildlife Viewing Spots: Strategically placed viewing points on several trails offer chances observe native animals like raccoons, rabbits etc., without disturbing them making it exciting addition any hiking adventure here.

10. Tide Pool Exploration Areas: Certain coastal sections accessible via designated routes reveal fascinating tide pools teeming marine life low tides adding unique element exploration possibilities available inside state park grounds.

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
July 17 Private Sites, Great Beach by Monica
park review stars; one to five We love this park and come 3-4 timers a year. The sites are private and easy to maneuver a large trailer into. The loop-style set-up is great for young kids to ride bikes around, beach access is easy, and bathrooms are always CLEAN! The beach itself is vast, with lots of sand between dunes and water, leaving enough space for families to play and cars to drive.
July 27 Beautiful Park by Maryann
park review stars; one to five Loved this place, so clean and sites were very private. Hosts were great, always busy keeping the park just perfect. I am looking forward to returning very soon.
August 2 We love, love,love it. by Peaches
park review stars; one to five
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Located five miles south of Westport, Wash. in Grays Harbor County.

From Aberdeen:Travel 22 miles on Hwy. 105 south to Grayland. Traveling through the town, watch for park signs.

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