Ever wanted to run down the beach into your sweeties arms, like you’re in an epic blockbuster? You can definitely do that at Grayland Beach State Park. With 7,449 feet of soft, sandy shoreline you can soak up the ocean’s vibes or embrace your inner kiddo and fly kites high, oh so high, in the sky! If your fancy isn’t tickled by that, grab a permit to go clamming or crabbing. Grayland has tons of full hook-up campsites, so you can cook ‘em up right there! With 412 peaceful acres, it’s no wonder the park has visitors coming back year after year. Book well in advance so you can make your blockbuster moment!
Treat yo’self to a yurt! There are 16 modestly furnished and heated yurts available (10 ADA), along with 58 full hook-up sites (two ADA), 38 with...
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History of Grayland Beach State Park
Like many areas in the vicinity, Grayland received its name from Captain Robert Gray, an American Explorer who, on May 7, 1792, discovered the harbors now named for him. Although he named the harbor Bulfinch, in honor of one of the owners of his ship, Lieutenant Joseph Whidbey renamed the area Gray's Harbor in October 1792. Lieutenant Whidbey's charts were published and, thus, the name stuck.