Campsites in Ocean Shores, Washington

Campsites in Ocean Shores, Washington
With Gray's Harbor and the Pacific Ocean surrounding the coastal town of Ocean Shores, this area offers campers a variety of seaside activities. Beachcombing and hiking, sea kayaking, whale watching and fishing keep the outdoor enthusiast busy with activity in beautiful surroundings. Ocean Shores, Washington, has plenty of camping areas for the outdoors visitor.

The Dunes Beach Resort

The Dunes Beach Resort offers several options for beachfront camping. The Dunes has a motel, but also has RV sites with full electric, water, sewer, TV and Wi-Fi hook-ups. In addition, the Dunes has many tent sites. On the shores of Copalis Beach, guests can go tide-pooling, play beach volleyball and horseshoes and even go clam digging in season. Tent sites have picnic tables, fire rings and barbecue grills. Guests have access to showers, private baths, a coin-operated laundry room and a lounge/clubhouse.

The Dunes Beach Resort
3041 State Route 109
Copalis Beach, Washington 98535
Phone: (360) 289-3873


Blue Pacific Motel and Beach Resort

The Blue Pacific offers guests beach access, RV sites, tent camping sites, showers with private toilets, a laundry facility and a large play yard for families. RV sites have full electric, water, dump station and cable TV hook-ups. Daily, weekly, and longer-term rates are available. Pets are allowed but should be leashed while on the property.

Blue Pacific Motel and RV Park
2707 State Route 109
Ocean City, WA. 98569
Phone: (360) 289-2262

Echoes of the Sea

On Copalis Beach, the Echoes of the Sea RV Park and Resort gives guests an option for tent camping or RVing. RV sites have the full range of electric, water, dump station hook-ups and cable TV. Wi-Fi is new to the park and available to guests and campers. Showers and bathrooms and a lounge are on-site for guest use. Pets are welcome for a small fee.

Echoes of the Sea
3208 State Route 109,
Copalis Beach, Washington 98535
Phone: (360) 289-3358


Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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