The best camping near Twin Harbors State Park

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Williams Park campground

27 sites · RVs, Tents56 acres · South Bend, WA
Open June to August 16th for Hip Camping. A private club only fishing destination August 17 thru September this campground is open to Hip Camp in 2023 for the 2nd year. I'm accepting only 10 campers per night. What a wonderful experience my campers have discovering my quiet, lovely landscape! I've enjoyed sharing this incredible property with some extraordinary travelers. If you like a camping area with green grass and ample space....book here Tenters and RV's with full or partial hookups are available. Exclusive river sites for tenting and traditional full hook- ups with water and sewer. The tidal water of the N. Nemah River allow for kyacking to Willapa Bay or just in River at high tide. Searun cutthroat fishing in summer and King Salmon starting August 1st. Located 25 minutes from Long Beach or Astoria there are fun places for day trips. The tiny town of Nemah has zero commerce only a few scattered farms and homes. Eagles and Elk grace the sky and the property for added visual fun. Georgous restrooms paneled in cedar with showers are available. I accept RV's of all sizes Laundry is free. Central campfire on the river available. individual campfires allowed when fire bans are lifted in select sites for safety and fire prevention.
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Wild WA Coast Lookout ($75 - $125)

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents23 acres · Forks, WA
Welcome to Aliya Preserve. Originally owned by the developers of Kalaloch Lodge, this was slated to be an expansion site for the lodge. That development would have drastically changed the land. Making it available for campers allows us to both share the beauty and keep it pristine. From your mossy bank perched above the panoramic Pacific, beneath burley spruce tree boughs, magic sunsets unfold at your own super-private and secluded campsite with fire-pit. Adjacent to Olympic National Park, this is the same beach and bluff that defines Kalaloch, LaPush and and other wild Washington coastal icons. As the stewards of this land, we are now inviting respectful and responsible small groups and families to share its beauty. Please make sure to check the site *title* for number of campers allowed in each site. For example only two people are allowed in sites 1 & 4.
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Camp Hope

14 sites · RVs, Tents1000 acres · Oakville, WA
This is a quiet and secluded camping location with ACCESS to the river, access to farm land, ponds and DNR land. Our camp spots are private and not stacked on top of each other. We also have cows in our neighboring farm and places for you to walk, trails to hike and places to fish and duck hunt. Right now we have dry camping with outdoor honey buckets. Our goal is to have showers and running water soon. We are working on a 💯 solar ran facility soon. We are wanting something that you can clear your mind, camp In peace. We want our campers to help in the developing process. We also offer wood for sale and all of our sites have wood burning areas. We also have ice and delivery services. WE ARE VW Friendly!!! Lol We are about 45 minutes from ocean beaches, only a few minutes from the best riding, hiking and boating in the world. We have a cute bar and restaurant within a mile. Also gas and groceries are close as well. Boat launch is about 1/2 a block easy access.
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Capa Campground

9 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Quinault, WA
Private property along the Quinault River between NFS land and Olympic National Park, adjacent to Colonel Bob Wilderness and just past The Quinault Nation reservation. Homesteaders came here in 1890, prior to that there was no human habitation. A perfect base camp to explore the many varied facets of the West side of the Olympic Peninsula. The campsites are on acreage of a very small off-grid farm. Relax and forget the stress.We offer both tent and RV campsites. Toilets are available, as well as trash bins, potable water, and picnic tables. We do not allow pets.Guests love staying here: "This spot was everything we were hoping for and more! Awesome location near everything in Quinault. Received a fun, short tour of the property from our hosts who are incredibly nice.  The campsite was tidy and exactly what we imagined. Plenty of room between us and our neighbors, and we barely knew that they were there. The outhouse is basic but clean and charming. Imagine the friendliness of staying at a distant cousin's organic farm, with the facilities of a top-notch campsite. Only regret was that we were crashing there quickly, and weren't able to stay longer and relax on-site. If the description on the website seems like what you're looking for, I would highly recommend this location."
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PNW Wilderness

4 sites · RVs, Tents60 acres · Skamokawa Valley, WA
Our property is 60 acres of idyllic Pacific Northwest wilderness. Located just a few miles from the Columbia river, enjoy a private, serene valley all to yourself! There are many trails and forest to explore, along with a creek running through the property to cool off in during the summer. You might even be lucky enough to glimpse our local herd of elk that calls our small valley home, along with an assortment of other critters as well.
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Unique Bay Front Camping

5 sites · RVs6 acres · Aberdeen, WA
PLEASE NO FIREWORKS ON SITE OR SURROUNDING AREA. We bought this land in 2017, there were 7 derelict mobile homes on the property. We cleaned up the area and remodeled the house next door and put in the 5 RV sites. We hope you enjoy this property as much as we do, it is a one-of-a-kind beautiful, quiet place. All of our sites have full hook-ups (water, sewer, and power). The sites are just a couple feet from the bay with access to miles of beach hiking. You can walk to Bottle Beach State Park which is approximately 1 mile north or hike about a mile south to Elk River. Enjoy unobstructed views of Westport and the freight ships coming into the harbor. Enjoy a peaceful beach with amazing sunsets. Whether you are surfing for the weekend or tuna-fishing, this is your go to spot - you will not be disappointed. Westport is 7 miles by car and the Westport Winery is only 5 miles. There is two nearby boat launches - one off of Elk River just 2 miles away and the other off of Johns River launch just 6 miles away. We are located in the middle of an outdoor paradise and want others to enjoy all it has to offer. ***If you have questions about how to add sites to your reservation or change dates, please reach out to HipCamp support. They will be able to better assist you.***
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Pacific Dunes Resort

31 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Copalis Beach, WA
Nestled along the pristine central Washington coast, Pacific Dunes Resort offers a mix of Alt Lodging accommodations amidst the bliss of an open nature setting. The unique accommodations are only outmatched by the personalized service our team is dedicated to providing. Our Resort offers seclusion + communal space for those that still like to socialize. All at a responsible distance with a fresh coastal breeze of course! Take a walk on the beach with a nice warm cup of joe from our onsite coffee shop. The beach is only a 5 min walk from the shop, over our bridge, through the dunes and voila sweet serenity.
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Echoes Of The Sea

14 sites · RVs, Tents7 acres · Copalis Beach, WA
Echoes of the Sea invites you to relax and recharge in an ever-evolving boutique-style vacation environment. This quaint Copalis Beach property is conveniently located on State Route 109 between Ocean Shores and Seabrook and offers RV spaces, campsites, and several beach-themed guest rooms. The property has 10 RV spaces with 30-amp/water service and tent sites with a community water source, picnic tables, and fire pits set on 7.4 mostly wooded acres. Community bath/shower houses, a clam washing area, and an RV dump station are also available to our guests.
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Pretty Beachin Camp

4 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Ocean Park, WA
Our beachin camp is located on the Longbeach, Washington Peninsula. It's a dry camp, for now. It's less than a half mile to the ocean. We have four sites available. Each site has a cute cinder block firepit. Its perfect for RV's or tent sites. As you turn onto the property you will be met with a gate. To identify the correct property you will see two small brick pillars at the entrance. Please be sure the keep the gate closed when not in use. Upon entering the gate, our campsites are located along the LEFT-hand side and are distinguishable by the 4 built-in block firepits. (Please note: the campsites along the right-hand side that are nearest to the cell tower are not operated by us.) Pack out what you pack in. All trash must be removed at check out. Jack's Country Store offers garbage drop off for a small fee. There is a small park with a restroom located a couple blocks away that is usually open for public use. Things to do/Places to visit: - Surfside Golf Course - Oysterville Sea Farms -Pacific Pines State Park -Leadbetter Point State Park -Downtown Longbeach -Cape Disappointment -Jack's Country Store If you need any ideas or recommendations while visiting, don't hesitate to ask!
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Camp Birdwatch

13 sites · RVs, Tents15 acres · Elma, WA
Camp Birdwatch is 15 acres up against a wetland slough that has wildlife galore. Many bird species, come and see what birds you can find. A mile from the Grays Harbor County Fairgrounds which has car racing all summer long. Capital Forest entrances are nearby. Located in Elma, WA. Local access to Chehalis river, Porter Creek falls and Vance Creek Park for your fishing, swimming and hiking needs.
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R&R Retreat. Digital Detox.

3 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Centralia, WA
This 40 Acre parcel has been in my family since the 1870's when my Great^4 grandparents homesteaded it. For the first 50 years or so, It was used as a hay field and cattle pasture, but it has been managed as a tree farm ever since and we are still doing periodic selective harvests. It was handed down through the paternal family to my Great Uncle, who passed away in 2013 and deeded it to my 2nd cousin in the will. My Dad and I bought it from my cousin, who lives in Arizona, together. Then my Wife and I bought my Dad out with our share of the profits from our first commercial thinning.Although I plan to do some minor harvesting in the future, I no longer intend to do any clearcutting. Selective harvests only. I hope that campers will make ample use of windfalls and other debris to keep the fire risk low. I also use the property as a release site for wildlife caught as part of my urban nuisance wildlife business.
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Dwell Seaview

26 sites · RVs1 acre · Ilwaco, WA
Dwell Seaview is a relaxing vacation spot on the Long Beach Peninsula. Located right in the middle between Ilwaco, Long Beach, and Cape Disappointment. Dwell Seaview is the place for you to enjoy your next vacation. There are many activities pretty much every weekend from spring through fall each year. Some larger events include Jeeps Go Topless in May, Beach to Chowder Run in June, Independence Day over 4th of July, Sandsations in July, Kite Festival in August, and the very popular Rod Run in September. Pictures of some of these events are posted in our Photos tab. There are 20 full hookup sites with a majority of them being 50/30/20-amp services, water and sewer is at each site!
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The best camping near Twin Harbors State Park guide

Overview

About

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!

Notable campgrounds

  • Hiker/Biker Campsites: Ideal for the adventurous spirit, these sites offer a rustic camping experience.
  • Full-Hookup Sites: Perfect for those seeking convenience, these sites accommodate RVs with essential utilities.
  • Group Camp: A communal area with a large campfire circle, ideal for larger gatherings and events.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early, especially for peak season, as sites fill up quickly due to the park's popularity.
  • Consider mid-week stays for better availability and a quieter experience.
  • Check for cancellations regularly, as last-minute openings can occur.
  • Explore nearby camping options to ensure you have a backup plan if the park is fully booked.

When to go

The best time to visit Twin Harbors State Park is during the summer months when the weather is warm and the days are long. However, for those seeking solitude, the off-season offers a peaceful retreat. Be mindful of the burn bans and beach conditions that can affect your visit.

Know before you go

  • Always keep dogs on a leash and clean up after them to maintain the park's natural beauty.
  • Be aware of beach hazards; always stay informed and follow safety guidelines.
  • Accessible amenities are available, ensuring an inclusive experience for all visitors.
  • Remember that the park hours are from 8am to dusk, year-round.
  • Prepare for your visit by purchasing a Discover Pass, required for vehicle access to the park.

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