23 RV Parks near Copalis Beach, Washington
Apr 2017 - $3.00
We called for reservations about 2 mo. in advance. We asked for a specific site. We were told if it was available when we came we could get it, but it couldn't be reserved. We arrived. The spot was not occupied but we were given another site even when we asked for the one we had requested. We were told it was not available. It was vacant for two days after we arrived before anyone was put in it. If they can't reserve it then why couldn't we have got it?? The park is not maintained like it previoiusly was. Apparently there were new managers about October of 2017. Now there is a cancellation fee also, if you cancel. We are Sunrise members. I would assume since we requested a certain spot, and told if it was available when we arrived that we could have it because they won't reserve anything in advance, that we could have had it. I believe the new managers need a bit more training. There is not the friendliness that the park had with the managers that had been here for about 16 years. - traveling
Sep 2016 - $40.00
There are new owners at this location. We went with another couple and spent time outside talking and watching football. Owner drove around the park and was watching us for hours. He was creepy to say the least. We will never go back to that place. - AnnieDe
Sep 2016 - $55.00
We were booked to stay two nights and ended up bailing out and losing 1 day's fees, including the extra $15 charged to add a tent to our RV spot. Customer service was poor. The weather was overcast and gloomy, not what we had in mind for a mid-August beach vacation. The campground itself was somewhat of a desert, with dirt ground, few if any trees, and cramped, with RVs stacked side by side with little space in between. I'd never go back. - Lewis C
Jul 2007 - $25.00
Tidelands is nicely located away from noisy towns and public areas. Tenters may fare okay here however, our RV experience was awful. 'Bob' put us into a site that was muddy, had no shade, had dog excrement everywhere, and I was unable to reach the power box on the right side of the site(left side hook-up is the industry standard). He moved us to a site 3 feet from the neighbors and we shared a power box. There is only one 30 amp and one 20 amp plug in each box, and I couldn't even run the reefer without tripping the 20 amp. We moved again. Bob was visibly annoyed with me. I walked the dog and realized there was another whole loop to the park that had large lots, big trees and lots of privacy. There was no one there, and they were not offered to me. The beach is just beyond the dunes but can only be accessed by wading across a canal. The old footbridge lies rotting in the weeds nearby. The whole place is in disrepair. The bathhouse was filthy and reeked of urine. Only one of two showers was in working order and there was visible mold and mildew on the walls. We showered in the rig. We cut our trip short and left the next day. - Let'sGoCamping
Sep 2016 - $15.00
We aren't RV resort people. We want level sites in a safe, quiet park at a fair price and The Dunes more than met that. Are there RV's here that are the poster children for the corrosive effects of ocean front living? You betcha! Driving around and looking at many of the other RV parks in the area, most of them also had a few rough RV's in them. There is a small, tight knit little community that lives here at The Dunes year round. From what we could see, they were a combination of working poor and disabled but they were all pleasant and friendly. They all seem to look after each other and ride share to shop, dine and for doctors. We should all be so lucky to have people we can count on when the chips are down. The manager was friendly and went out her way to make sure we were happy here. Anyway, what we got for our $15 a night (Passport America rate) was an RV site with 66 cable channels that was off the road and quiet, with gorgeous sunsets out our front door. The bath house had older showers but they were quite clean with plenty of hot water. We also slept like babies with our windows open and the wonderful sound of the surf. There are also some tent sites that I would have enjoyed back in my tent-camping youth. I've paid a lot more for a lot worse. I'll happily come back to The Dunes again next time we visit Ocean Shores. - Travelfish
Jan 2016 - $15.00
The utilities worked and it had good wi-fi, we didn't try the cable. The park is in disrepair but, the shower area looks newer. The full time RV's rigs are pretty trashed! Okay for the PA rate of $15.00 don't think I world recommend this place or ever stay again!!! - Gracii
Oct 2014 - $15.00
First the positive: the staff are very friendly. There is a fast Internet and good cable TV. It is extremely quiet, you can hear only the sea rushing. You go 15 minutes to the sea. With Passport America, the price 15 dollars per night. Morning and evening, deer come to visit. There is a large playing field and a children's playground. Negative: the campground needs upkeep. There are mobile homes and small houses that are long past their prime. There is only 30 amp power available. The sites are made of grass and gravel, somewhat unlevel. Nevertheless, we like to come back, because the location is very good and the price OK. - usa
Sep 2007 - $20.00
A great find. The owner keeps this park open as a courtesy to her old customers, who go back 50 years. I doubt that she takes credit cards. Sites are in an open grass area, with shrubs and trees surrounding it on three sides. On the ocean side, it's a 10 minute walk to a huge empty beach, using a home-made foot bridge to cross the creek. About a dozen sites have full 30 amp hookups. The rest are water and electric only. There is a dump station. There are four well-maintained rigs occupied by folks who help out with maintenance, all of them very pleasant. They keep the place looking quite nice, with acres of mowed grass. It is very informal. The office, pool, and bathrooms are closed. The only noise we heard was the surf. There was one other customer the weekend we spent there. Because of the peace and quiet, we prefer this park to the State Park five miles down the road. It's also cheaper. - Denali
Jun 2006 - $20.00
This is a small, old park with very little business. The owner is an older lady, keeping the park going on a limited basis since her husband died a few years ago. She is very nice. The park is very quiet, with only a few guests there. You can walk to the beach by crossing a small creek that is a few inches deep. There is beach access 2 miles up the road at Ocean City, or 5 miles to Ocean Shores. This park was a real 'find' for us, as we like a simple, quiet setting. Power water and sewer were a plus. - Nike
Feb 2017 - $3.00
We are members so the $3.00 per night was for wifi for two laptops and cable. The wifi signal is very good. On the upper level, some site were closed due to high water table because of record rainfall. All sites on the dune were usable. - Impkitti
Aug 2016 - $4.00
This park is our "home park" for our K/M Resorts membership. It is also one of our very favorite. We camp on the ocean side, nearest the beaches. The walk to the beach is over some dunes and the pathway is fairly wide this year. It must be well maintained. The beach seems like a private beach all our own (for the park), but can be accessed along the water by anyone. Those who serve as the staff have always been very helpful.
They have made some good improvements over the winter, and now have a picnic shed and tables near the clubhouse, along with a new ladies' room near the clubhouse and other improvements. - Richbald
Jan 2016 - $13.00
This was our maiden voyage with our trailer. It was easy to find, good size spaces for awning and slide-outs. Nice walk thru trails to the beach. Pet friendly. Be sure to pick up after your pet. Stayed on the beach-side of the camp ground. Camp hosts were helpful and friendly. Checked out the club house but no events scheduled during our visit, kitchen was not operational nor was the hot-tub. Bathrooms were cleaned every day with lots of care. We were impressed with the clam cleaning station. We definitely will be back. - Shorty S
Oct 2016 - $40.00
The park and facilities are very clean and well maintained. The site's are all good sized with level concrete pads, tables, patio and fire circles. The owner lives on site and is very pleasant and helpful. I would recommend this park if you are in the Ocean City area. - NEOK
Sep 2016 - $40.00
This is by far the best RV park within many miles. The owner/operator is a character (in a good way) and your enjoyment is her top priority. The walk to the beach is wonderful. - DonH1728
Aug 2016 - $40.00
This is not a very big park, but the sites were big and LEVEL! We didn't use our jacks at all! And we didn't have to shore up the waste hose, either, it slanted straight and downhill. What a GREAT park!
They only take checks or cash but there is a discount for paying cash.
The bathrooms were nearby and perfectly clean. There is no laundry room at this park. The Laundromat in town is very pricey! $3.75 for one wash!
The decor in the park is really pretty. The proprietor lady is very creative and prides herself in her artistry.
A ten minute easy walk to the beach.
There is a free shuttle to the casino/Emily's restaurant so you don't have to worry about driving after cocktails. - Linda dlm
May 2017 - $38.00
I started out with a tent site but the weather got nasty and decided to move into their tiny cabin (good for a couple) for $38/night with electricity. While it was small, it was clean and efficient with a heater available. Their bathrooms were clean and the campground was well kept. The owner, who lives there, was very helpful and accommodating to his guests. The site is literally a walking distance to the beach, and to a local community store. It was so quiet and peaceful. Truly enjoyed my stay. - Phil_AZ
Sep 2016 - $40.00
Unique campground with large lots laid out to optomize privacy. Accommodates tents, trailers, coaches and even has horse corrals. Easily accessed lots. Services include power, water, cable, WiFi, but no sewer. A dump station is available. Easy access to the beach. Pets welcome. Friendly and we'll cared for park. - nospmas
Nov 2015 - $35.00
We had an excellent visit to the ocean because of our stay at this campground. The beach access was very close and a nice walk. The owner/manager of the grounds was friendly and helpful. Grounds/bathrooms/showers were clean and well kept. We will DEFINITELY be returning to Screamin' Eagle! - chris cecc
Sep 2015 - $10.00
Very nice campground. Staff was great. Pool and restrooms where very clean. Had a more open site so satellite reception was good. Would rate a 9 if they had sewer H/Us. - KLH
Aug 2015 - $1.00
Stayed here years ago when it was a Western Horizon park- awful & avoided like the plague since. Has now been added to KM system & MUCH improved. Huge, sites vary in size & from wide open to completely shaded depending on what you want. Rumored hordes of mosquitoes not seen in our 3 visits. Only downer is wi-fi won't connect for me. Works fine for my wife. We went to Ocean Mist regularly for 5 years, but like this much better. - gs2rt
Jul 2015 - $10.00
My wife and I drove through this park about four years ago and thought "meh, it's ok" so when I booked it for one night I had low expectations. Let me tell you, this park has changed for the better. The park is HUGE! I walked it just to see what had changed. They have added sites, improved the playground and are doing even more new things (frisbee golf, grass field) to make it better. The sites are large and secluded. Near the back of the park, you can still hear the ocean and have the seclusion of the forest. They have a pool and a decent club house with pool and foosball tables. My site even had a deck that looked out on to a creek. The staff are super helpful and VERY friendly. This is a great park and I wish I had more time to stay here.
A few minor down sides - they only have water and electric at the sites but they do provide four dump stations. It's not a problem for our motorhome but in a trailer with kids it may have been problematic. They do have beach access but you have to walk about a mile to get there once you hit the campground entrance. The other thing is the wifi is slow but if you are looking to unplug on vacation, who cares :-) This is a wonderful campground. - scruggsfamilyRV
Aug 2016 - $10.00
The price is now $10/night Friday and Saturday, $5/night the rest of the week. But what a great location! No hookups, gravel parking lot (with dust), ocean-side sites are not even close to level, but even then, when we're back in the area, this place will be at the top of our list to stay at. We had an open two nights between reservations at state parks and decided to check this place out instead of a really nice Cabella's in the Tacoma area. Easy beach access from campgrounds, and an even easier drive to the gorgeous beach. Sites are nicely marked and decent size. Plan on arriving early on the weekend to get a spot. Beach facing sites are all great, but mostly not level. Very big rig friendly. Open sky for satellite reception, and really good Verizon coverage. Great find! - Jerry and Betsy
Aug 2014 - $0.00
Location-Location-Location.....what a Wonderful location. If you are self contained you can have the Pacific Ocean just out your back window. Large gravel lot for designated RV parking, mostly level, and very big rig friendly. This was a wonderful surprise and ended up staying 5 days. Amenities are in the casino: Wi-Fi, pool, restrooms etc., but security and area maintenance are prompt and well kept. Groceries and fuel available locally in Ocean Shores. No antenna TV. Fee of $5 is charged for Friday and Saturday night but otherwise is free. Beach walking, kite flying, drive along the beach, with quiet comfortable surroundings made this an enjoyable place for me! - SailorGolf
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Our stay was preceded by several days of heavy rain leaving many sites with substantial pools of standing water. The area of our site the trailer was parked was dry, site, #139 but boots were required to exit the site. I don't mean a bit of water but standing water several inches deep and many feet across surrounded my site and many other sites. Stakes had also been driven into the ground in some areas to mark the roadway due to the depth of standing water. It was March and we were prepared so it all worked. Summer would be much drier. - DRKM
Aug 2016 - $30.00
nice beach campground, easy access to beach, nice sites. - SPTPrver
May 2016 - $35.00
This is a nice campground, with several full utility sites in the southwest loop. The privacy of each site was less than I had hoped for. There are a lot of shore pines and dune shrubs growing around the sites, but also many sites totally or partially open to neighboring sites. If you camp here, choose your site carefully if privacy is a priority for you. The utilities are fine. My only problem was with the strange sewer pipe that rises above ground level then turns 90 degrees. I don't know who every thought that design was conducive to proper waste disposal. The taste of water in Washington beach communities can sometimes be rather foul due to sulfur compounds in well water. However, big surprise - the water tasted okay at Ocean City State Park. Not great - but okay. Disappointing was access to the bathroom building. The trails leading to the central bathroom run right through the middle of several campsites. So, you can expect to see people walking right by your rig to access the bathrooms. Luckily, most of the sites around me had self-contained RVs, so few people were using the public bathrooms. Still, two people walked within 5 feet of my rig while we were eating or sitting by the campfire. I never like that, but there really wasn't an alternative route without going far out of their way. The access trails to the dunes and beach are very easy. It takes 5-10 minutes to walk out to the open beach. The beach is broad and wasn't very crowded. Cars can drive on the beach in the area around the park, so be careful - especially with your little ones and dogs. There is no playground in the park, but kids often ride bikes on the rough park roads. There are a few large open grassy spaces suitable for ballgames.
My fellow campers were polite and quiet. The campground was silent by 10pm. Nearby, the city of Ocean Shores has a grocery, gasoline, propane and a few decent restaurants and shops. - SeaTeacher