31 RV Parks near Grayland, Washington
Aug 2017 - $40.00
Great WiFi coverage, but no AT&T signal at all. Nice grassy grounds, large sites all pull thru. Hosts were cordial and left us alone to enjoy our trip without disturbance. Great place for a dog! - Maqui Mike
Jul 2016 - $35.00
First time camping here in 10+ years. The RV park is spacious and spread out. They have rustic camping cabins, tent and RV sites. They are new owners and they go out of their way to make you feel welcome. The camp host opened up the office on 2 occasions after hours to get us change for the showers and to get us some Tylenol for my daughter. The park is close to Westport and Ocean Shores. The park is quiet and very family oriented. The park isn't glamorous, no pool or ocean view. I would camp here again because of the value and the way they go out of their way to make you feel welcome and well cared for. Water is yellow due to Maganese but was fine for showers and dishes. If they could open up the trail to the beach like in the past, this park would be super awesome! - movinonrn
May 2016 - $35.00
We have stayed here twice since new owners bought park in 2013-14. They have made huge improvements and immediately take care of any problems. The wi-fi is top notch. Sites are just grass, but wide and access in and out is very easy. No cable but satellites work well. - Fulltime Gypsy
Jul 2017 - $40.00
Check in was easy.
Small circular loops of 10 spaces each for camping. Loops keep the vehicle speed slow making it safer for kids on bikes, IMO. Our site was at one end of the loop so we had nobody on one side of us. Roads and pads are all paved..
Restrooms although clean were of the 1960's vintage. Shower takes tokens that are available at the entrance (non-refundable)
Good Verizon MIFI service.
We were camped away from the beach but it was not a long walk to get to it. Vehicles are allowed to drive on the beach but not sure were they enter. Very enjoyable stay. - ForestWalker
Jun 2017 - $45.00
June23,24 Grayland Beach State Park, Grayland, Washington Site 90 $45 out of state, water & electric (some full hookups) over 100 sites, yurts, bathhouses and pay showers This park is on the southern coast of Washington in the town of Grayland. The drive to get here from the south goes around curves and muddy flatlands especially when the tide is out. Pretty drive. Check in was easy and the campground has over 12 loops with ten sites in each. Our site 90 was near the beach so the wind kept bugs away (the beach is still a hike away) and it had a good amount of shade. The sites in loops 2-6 are well shaded and way back from the beach so they might have a bug problem. This was a two night stay for us on a busy June weekend so the campground was full, reservations were needed. You can drive your car on the beach here and that is what many campers did. Nice long beach great for flying kites. We did enjoy our stay here and met a lot of nice people. Biking around the park is nice and easy. It was really hot this weekend but the air conditioner was not needed. - gsnakehill
Nov 2016 - $40.00
Great park, and a ways to get to. Off season, quiet, and had no one in my loop of 10 site. I could kiddingly say I owned the loop :) site was level, ok cell coverage, lots of privacy, site had a dump, but not modern (no seal) and would not use myself. Beach has a long walk to get to over dunes, and my visit lots of water during my visit. Local pub called the Local Tavern up the road on main highway I went to for beers, to watch a football game, dinner, $25.00 with tip one night. - NXTSTOP
Aug 2016 - $45.00
This used to be one of the nicest camps on the coast. It was fishing season and there were more boats and tow rigs than RV's. At times it was hard to navigate through the park. The landscape at this park had be exceptional under previous management. It isn't now. I probably won't return its 130 miles from home. More attention needs to be paid to maintenance. Owners of pets were not picking up their little doggy packages and were not keeps dogs on their leashes. - cnu20x20
Aug 2013 - $42.00
Nice ocean view and walk when tide is out . Only has 30 amp - was good with the cool temp of the bay . We camped here in a 45' motorhome and the host helps everyone park - so it fit . If your into fishing, this park could be for you, as well very clean good water pressure - RHOWARD
Sep 2012 - $40.00
Very quiet and relaxing small park that you can back right up to the beach on. We have stayed here 3 different times for one week. The owners were very friendly and even allowed us to take up two sites on the beach for the price of one because our 43' would not fit in just one. If you like remote and quiet this place is it. Other comments posted on this site about the management and the word rude are something that I never saw in the 3 weeks total I was there. So if you are looking for a great place on the beach that is beautifully landscaped this might be it. We are going back! - Intrepid
Aug 2017 - $50.00
At the spur of the moment we decided to camp on the WA coast in order to avoid a heat wave in Portland. I didn't have time to research parks so I opted to go to a state park since, on the whole, state parks are usually cheaper and nicer than local RV parks (and we've been to 23 states so I know what I'm talking about). Boy, was I wrong!! The NHU part of this park is nice with large sites surrounded by trees and shrubs. The RV/hook up area, however, is the pits and insanely overpriced. The "pads" are trampled, dead grass, weeds, dirt, and some gravel. They are right next to each other with no landscaping or privacy. The restroom is old with peeling paint and only one shower. AND you have to use tokens to take a shower which must be purchased from a vending machine at the registration booth. To top it all off the campers next to us had two dogs that barked and whined continuously. Now, that's not the park's fault, but when I complained to the two attendants in the office they basically ignored me. I asked if a ranger could go talk to the people and was told "they don't come in until later". Needless to say nothing happened. And there was no camp host either. For all of this "luxury" we paid over $50/night after all the taxes and fees, the highest we've ever paid except for FL and CA. And it's not even on the beach. I think you can walk there about 1/2 mile or so by crossing the highway. Didn't bother since the mosquitoes and gnats were so bad. Thank god we only reserved two nights, but we're going to ANOTHER WA state park tomorrow and I'm sorry I made that reservation now after seeing what this one is like. Never again!! - Pdxjoanne
Jul 2017 - $45.00
FHU sites are very close together affording no privacy. However, even with the large number of people here, it was reasonably quiet after hours. Park staff has a comprehensive list of rules that they enforce such as dogs on leash, number of people per site, and quiet hours. It's a bit of a trek to the beach from the east park (half mile) which has the only hook up sites. - hoppers4
Aug 2010 - $34.00
We didn't actually stay here, but had to check it out since I had previously camped here with my family in 1953 and 1970. Nothing much has changed, a typical beach state park with great tenting areas and serviced sites not as tight as some state parks. Though this park is on a main highway, no traffic noise was apparent even during the day. Most sites were as level as practical in this very high rainfall area. One also has to understand that due to the climate here, everything weathers quickly. We didn't interact with any staff. We will definitely consider this park on our next rip to Westport. - Procarver
Sep 2016 - $35.00
This is an OK RV park. During the week it's really quiet. On the weekends it fills up and is a very different place. Kids riding their bikes thru your site and groups sitting around talking loudly late into the night. All the sites have old washing machine tubs for fire pits. A couple of our neighbors burned a lot of trash and plastic which made for stinky fires, driving us into our RV with the windows closed. There's also a lot of deferred maintenance -- broken concrete patios, tree stumps, huge potholes and uneven sites. Leveling our RV was a challenge. We are trying to figure out the best way to drive out when we leave with the RV so we don't bottom out on the huge potholes. Also use care when walking around so you don't twist an ankle. The showers and restrooms are fairly clean. After wiping the floor outside the shower up with paper towels, I was glad I wore flip flops. The showers are coin operated so plan on spending a buck or so. The men's shower has a knob you have to turn just right or it won't work. Annoying but if you fiddle with it enough, you'll probably figure it out. Also recommend running hot water in the sink beforehand or your first quarter will likely go for getting hot water. They advertise a heated pool and rec room on their sign but both were closed during our stay. The laundry room was clean and the cost reasonable. You can tell this was a nice park but time and ocean elements have taken a toll. All in all, not the best RV park we've ever stayed in and not the worst. - Travelfish
Sep 2014 - $34.00
This is an older campground and like many in the area they cater to the fishing enthusiasts, so there are many boat trailers accompanying RV's. The owners are very friendly and the sites varied in lengths and levelness. We found that the 30 AMP at our site(#38) was not working properly. While we had power, we think we really only had 15 AMPS, so be careful. They are very pet friendly allowing us to set up a small x-pen. - ButterflyDogs
Oct 2011 - $3.00
Retired in a new 18 ft trailer, I stayed at this park for the winter. After a month of searching the area and other parks, I found this one to be the most reasonably priced for the amenities. Also, the owners are REALLY helpful and kind people with 30 years of customer experience. The park has nice woodsy sites with concrete pads. They have wash areas for fish, vehicles, boats, laundry (big and clean maytags); shower and bathrooms; excellent landscaping; seasonal swimming pool and club house. It's within a mile of town, the beach, lighthouse, observatory tower and so much more! I will stay here every year I winter, or just visit the coast. - sheasley
Sep 2015 - $25.00
There isn't much to this park except the closeness to US 101. It's a bit run-down and the bathrooms need much repair. A warning, if you have a longer rig be very careful near the back of the park, there is an impossibly tight section to navigate that might require you to drive out of the park backwards. - Keystone Trail
Jul 2014 - $15.00
This little campground is a hidden jewel. I've been camping for many years and this was the most relaxing stay I've had at campground in years. Sleeping was amazing. We have a RV but choose to dry camp for a better spot and view of the ocean. Only cost $15.00 a night. If you choose full hook-up still cheap at $21.00 a night, but those sights are in the sun and close. This is a older campground and in need of repair, but none the less a great place to stay. I will say the bathrooms are useable but old and could use repair. If I was in the area I would stay again for sure! About hours drive to Long Beach WA that is the "Longest Beach in the World" - laears
Sep 2010 - $21.00
We used the full hook-ups available in center of campground, but there are also primitive sites on the water that are less expensive. Many hunters use the camp as their base, but all was quiet. Close to Raymond for provisions. - shepherdmoon
Aug 2016 - $38.00
We stayed here for 4 nights in a 27' travel trailer. I had requested a back-in site that was in the shade. It was easy to back into and was flat. It was large gravel...no grass. Some of the pull-thru sites in the sun had a grassy area. The picnic table was very short. If you were using it to cook on there wasn't much room for eating. Most everyone had another table they brought with them.
This was a small KOA but very quiet and clean. The site we were at was big enough that you didn't feel crowded if someone was parked next to you.
They had a large fenced dog run which my dog liked. Staff was very friendly. There is no pool here but they did have a nice playground for kids.
The sewer dump is right by the office and we had to go up, around, and head back into the park so our hoses were on the correct side. A little awkward.
There was a nice path to the beach where you could get clams if you wanted to.
I would stay here again. - Rorygirl
Jul 2016 - $39.00
We stayed in our 13' teardrop trailer. Site 7 was suitable for a 30-footer. The park roads are gravel and appear to offer easy maneuvering for large rigs. We didn't see many sites that would offer much privacy. The restrooms and showers are outstanding. The hosts and staff are wonderful with kids and sponsor many activities for them; it would be a terrific destination for a young family. Cable is apparently limited to six channels and internet is through Tengo; both are included at no additional charge but I did not try either. - Civilguy
Apr 2016 - $45.00
We love this campground. The service is awesome. The bathrooms are always clean. The park is in great shape. - ac liberty
Jul 2017 - $50.00
This is a great park and I have stayed here quite a few times. Campground is well kept and showers and bathroom are clean and usually well stocked. Pool is nice and warm and overall I enjoy my stay there except for staff in the office. On two occasions, once this year and once last year I have heard the office ladies bad mouthing me and my family. Accusing us of not registering and/or paying our fees, that my daughter's 14 year old son was her boyfriend and we were trying to get out of paying the extra fee for an adult. Both times I heard this through the walkie talkies that the very nice gentleman that tend to the campsites carry around. I would normally give this place a higher rating but the paranoia of lady in the office left a very bad taste in my mouth. - Lisa Bostwick
Jul 2017 - $43.00
This is a "resort" like I'm Brad Pitt! If you want a decent place to stay with the basics, then it is fine. They have two bathrooms in the "resort" and one of them was out of order, which left an older restroom with one dirty shower. When the shower by the pool was open it was clean, but it was "temporarily closed" of course during the morning hours, when most would want to use it. The sites are narrow, dead grass for a surface and their seemed to be no noise restriction, although they do tell you quiet time is at 10. We paid for two nights, left after one. If you are fisherman going out of Westport, then it would be a great camp site, just not fancy. Staff was courteous. Town is close, but not close enough to walk. - Pipes
Jul 2017 - $40.00
We stayed here because it was close to the ocean. It is quite a ways off the Interstate but we had no trouble getting here. The staff is friendly. We had a little trouble finding our sewer hookup- went back to the office & the lady came right out to our site. Turns out someone else was in our sewer connection instead of ours. She moved theirs to the right one & we were good to go.
They have a nice pool. It is currently heated to 86 degrees. It is cool here, highs in the 60's in July, so that is a nice temp. There is plenty of grass & walking area for the dogs. There is a big playground for the kids. They have cable & WiFi. Our site was satellite friendly. The sites are back ins. There are 4 rows of RV sites. You are parked butt to butt so if you are lucky enough to have nobody behind you when you check in you have a pull thru. It was quiet in the park except for 3:30 am on July 7th when somebody set off fireworks (not in the park), waking us & scaring the dogs. I actually saw the owner washing down the picnic tables. Now that is clean. We would stay here again. - Connie's Co-Owner
Sep 2014 - $35.00
If you're going to the Blues Festival, this is the place to stay. Sites are very tight, all seem to be back-in. Staff is very friendly and I will definitely return for the festival. - Tranquilty1
Feb 2011 - $29.00
This is the only RV park in the marina. Sites are close together and some electrical problems with out power hookup. Front row is water front. - WayWeRoll
Dec 2010 - $10.00
Rate is based on a monthly winter rate, electricity is included. The managers and staff are really nice and accommodating at the Islander. Even though this park has nice views of the Westport Marina and convenient to bike paths, waterfront shops, restaurants, and 'The Groins', the park itself leaves much to be desired. The park is old! With some updating, it could be a really nice park. The sites are situated in dirt with huge potholes, and when it rains, which is often, the whole park turns into a lake. The sites are short and narrow and there are only 2 sites that will fit the larger rigs like ours. We would only stay here again if they invested the time and resources to update this park. - JustPassinThru
Sep 2010 - $35.00
I reluctantly gave this park a 6 based on location. Professional friendly staff, good free wi-fi, and cable. The washrooms and showers, though clean, were showing the affects of a long season. Two of the three washing machines in the laundry were down for repair, not surprising in this very sandy environment. The biggest problem with this park is it was built prior to larger rigs and is VERY tight. Don't even think about extending your awning if you have a slide out. With the park only 25% full, we had no problem upon arrival or departure. However, were this park full, it would have been a nightmare with our 26' trailer and full size pickup. This park reconfigured with fewer sights could warrant an 8 or 9. While we would consider staying here in the off season, we will probably stay in another park on our next trip to Westport. - Procarver