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Twin Harbors Beach State Park
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3120 State Route 105
Westport, Washington   98595

Reservations: 888-226-7688
Twin Harbors Beach State Park is a 172-acre camping park on the Pacific coast, four miles south of Westhaven. The area allows opportunities for nature study and seaside activity along the ocean shore, and the chance to lie in the sand and soak up the sun in one of the most beautiful places on Earth. The park is on the Pacific Coast. Beach activities predominate, including kite flying, surf fishing, and beachcombing.

Park hours/updates:

The park is open year round for camping and day use.

Summer: 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.Winter: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Camping:Check-in time, 2:30 p.m.Check-out time, 1 p.m. Quiet hours: 10 p.m. to 6:30 a.m.
Nature of the Area
Wildlife Mammals Birds Fish & Sea Life? Chipmunks? Deer or Elk? Muskrats? Raccoons? Skunks? Squirrels? Crows or Ravens? Ducks? Gulls? Hawks? Hummingbirds? Jays? Woodpeckers? Wrens? Clams? Crabs? Mussels? Octopuses? Oysters? Scallops? Sea Birds? Sea Cucumbers? Seals? Shellfish? Shrimp? Squid? Starfish? Whales? Bass? Cod? Perch

Environmental Features Physical Features Plant Life ? Cedar? Douglas Fir? Spruce? Alder? Birch? Maple? Rhododendron? Berries? Ferns? Moss or Lichens
History of the Area
During the 1930s, the park was a military training ground. The last remaining barracks were removed in 1977.
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.
Park Store
Available in the area? Auto repair? Camping? Diesel? Fishing/hunting? Gasoline? Gifts? Groceries? Hardware? Marine supplies? Overnight Accommodations? Pay phone? Postal service? Propane? Recreational equipment? White gas? Wood

Most services are available within a few miles of the park.
The park has 250 tent spaces, 49 utility spaces, one dump station, nine restrooms (one ADA) and 16 showers (two ADA). Hookup sites are small and close together and bigger rigs may have some trouble with site size. Maximum site length is 35 feet (may have limited availability). Tent sites #192 to 284 are located on the ocean side of Hwy. 105 to provide easy, pedestrian access to the beach. To reserve a campsite, call (888) CAMPOUT or (888) 226-7688.

Group Accommodations: The park offers a group camp that accommodates up to 60 people. Parking is limited to 10 cars. Fees vary with size of the group. To reserve, (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.

The park offers one kitchen shelter with electricity and three unsheltered picnic tables. The kitchen shelter is equipped with a refrigerator, range, sink, outlets and a wood-burning fireplace. It is reservable through (888) CAMPOUT or (888) 226-7688.
1. Westport Light Trail: This 2-mile trail offers a scenic walk along the beach, with views of Grays Harbor Lighthouse and opportunities for bird watching.

2. Dune Forest Loop: A short but beautiful loop through coastal dunes and forested areas that's perfect for families or those looking to enjoy nature without too much exertion.

3. North Jetty Trail: An easy walking path leading towards the jetty where you can watch ships entering and leaving Grays Harbor; it also provides excellent ocean views on clear days.

4. South Beach Bike Path: Although primarily used by cyclists, this paved pathway is open to hikers as well offering stunning vistas of both Twin Harbors State Park beaches from its elevated vantage points.

5. Interpretive Nature Trails: These trails are scattered throughout the park providing educational information about local flora & fauna making them ideal for children or anyone interested in learning more about Washington's natural environment while hiking.

6. Campground Paths: There are several small paths connecting different campgrounds within Twin Harbors State Park which offer peaceful walks amidst lush greenery away from crowded spots.

7. Wildlife Viewing Spots: While not traditional trails these designated viewing areas provide opportunity to observe wildlife like deer,birds etc., adding an extra element of adventure during your hike.

8. Beach Walkways: Several informal sandy pathways lead directly onto miles-long stretch of pristine Pacific coastline allowing visitors chance at leisurely strolls alongside crashing waves.
Area Attractions
Water Activities Other? Diving? Fishing (saltwater)? Clamming? Beachcombing? Bird Watching? 2 Horseshoe pits? Interpretive Activities

The Pacific Ocean offers opportunities for surf fishing.

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
July 25 What a dissapointment by Terri
park review stars; one to five I have frequented yearly since I was a little girl (now 52 yo) Twin Harbors State Park. I was really dissapointed how many people use the park as an opportunity to drink alcohol and use profanity. What ever happened to the park I remember where families could go reasonably and have a great ocean experience? Are codes of conduct for decency by the wayside now???
July 5 My Favorite Park Employee by KC in Ely
park review stars; one to five Ben Childers is my favorite park employee!! He is not only smart, but cute too!
May 14 a great place to stay our favorite by happy hookers fishing
park review stars; one to five this is our favorite place on the beach to stay close to fishing,beaches a very nice and well kept camp ground we meet the nicest people there
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Located three miles south of Westport, Wash., on Hwy. 105.

From Aberdeen : Travel south on Hwy. 105 toward Westport for 17 miles. Watch for signs as you enter the Westport area.

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