The location of Belfair is great for visiting the Seattle area. The park itself is a wonderful park, and is well maintained. Very laid back, and I was impressed to see the volunteer workers cleaning campsites as soon as a camper left, prior to new arrivals. They do enforce the no check in before 2:30p, which was not a big deal. We are in a 40' MH /c 3 slides, and the spaces are limited for a rig our size, but there are several to choose from. If you don't need services, there are great sites without hookups that would easily fit our rig. The ferry terminal was a 30 minute drive, and we got to Seattle in 1 hr, shopped, and got back without any traffic hassle. Don't attempt to take your MH to the ferry terminal, parking is very limited. We left ours after checkout in the day use area and went on the ferry for the day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We love this park and all the sites on the beach loop next to the water. The park ranger was a bit over the top with his authority even though our group was no trouble. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Another great Washington State Park, located right on the Hood Canal with great views across to Belfair. Nature trails and waterfront sites available. We had a pull through for our big rig. Fire rings and wood is available. Park has tables and grassy sites. There's smaller sites in the trees. Sites closer to road iare noisy but along the interior: are quiet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This state park has some nice waterfront sites in the non-wooded section. It's located on Hood Canal and has a tranquil stream running through it that the young kids loved playing in. In season and with a license, you can harvest fresh oysters from the beach. The camp hosts were very friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed along the main loop and was pretty pleased with the park. There are a lot of trees, so there was plenty of shade. I recommend reserving a slot along the beach loop to get the best views in the park. The tree loop was closed when we were there, but we walked through it. Some of the spaces are very small, not very level and the fire pits can be too close to the tent sites. I recommend not camping there in anything more than a tent until you've verified the amount of space available at a particular camp site. I would also be worried about traffic and noise during the busy season. There are plenty of things to do and great tide flats to explore and dig oysters, clams and other shellfish (if in season). The facilities are clean, but fairly old. There is a small, but nice playground for young kids and some big open spaces for playing along the East side of the campground. We'll be back as soon as we can get a reservation along the beach loop! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Wonderful park with generous and friendly hosts. We don't usually stay in state parks, but we had no trouble getting our 40' MH in & out of this one. Very quiet, kid-friendly, and paved sites. Beach loop is the most big-rig friendly because there's less trees than other loops. About 1.25 hrs. to Seattle, less if you take the ferry. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here in February. Many sites didn't have the water turned on. Somewhat
inconvenient since we didn't plan for this. The waterfront is inland salt water (Puget Sound) not really ocean. One camping loop is quite shaded and the other is more open. A total of 47 full utility sites. Waterfront sites are closer together and less private. Pretty park. Some road noise. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.