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Twin Harbors
Twin Harbors
Twin Harbors
Twin Harbors

Twin Harbors State Park, Washington

Twin Harbors State Park lies just four miles south of Westhaven on the Pacific coastline. Most of the action on these 172-acres is at the beach where you’ll see visitors enjoying beachcombing, Read more...
Twin Harbors State Park lies just four miles south of Westhaven on the Pacific coastline. Most of the action on these 172-acres is at the beach where you’ll see visitors enjoying beachcombing, clamming, diving, kite flying, and surf fishing. Just make sure to pick up a recreational fishing license that is required at all Washington State Parks. If you’d rather just max out and relax all cool, you can always toss horseshoes around over a brewski or make the half mile trek along Shifting Sands Trail, leading you into a shore pine forest. There are plenty of places to camp camp including tents, trailers, even yurts!
Twin Harbors Campground
Nash: Gets cold...really cold, even in summer. Pack your woolens year round!
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