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The park is in pretty good shape although it looks like they have sections closed down. I'm not sure if that's just temporary or permanent. It really is a nice place but if you are in a large RV, or even a medium, keep in...More
This state park made me sad. It’s old and tired. The sites are way too close together and we had to put a big tarp up for a little privacy. It is also right in the highway. Loud car noises 24/7. This park needs some...More
Such a beautiful, sandy beach. Not too many sandy beaches here in Washington and this one has some of the best driftwood, rocks, ocean treasures, etc, that it's prefect for beach combers. The park along the beach has great trails to walk through as well....More
We rented one of the cabins to have weekend at the beach - we used to be hardened tent campers, but now are more fair-weather! We didn't really check-in, but found the pass-code at the door. The cabins are equipped with table and chairs for...More
We enjoyed the little cabin we rented at this state park. Take lots of blankets and get wood at the store for a campfire. Close to beach and a nice restaurant nearby - Cranberry Winery or something - at major intersection near the park. $$$
We didn't hike other than to hike from the parking areas to the beach which one was at least a half mile from parking to the beach. You can walk the beach for miles, it's flat & walkable. But realize it's cool & windy in the... More
We didn't hike other than to hike from the parking areas to the beach which one was at least a half mile from parking to the beach. You can walk the beach for miles, it's flat & walkable. But realize it's cool & windy in the summer. Not Seattle temperatures. In August there were few people around. Very different from Southern California.