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rating [ 6/10 ]
Wish I'd read the reviews before I stayed here. Not the greatest, kind of dumpy, and really tight. Staff was friendly, but we probably won't be back.
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a simple park, right on the Westport Marina. My uncle was crab fishing, so we decided to stay here one night on our way down the coast and have dinner with him. It's kind of a neat place, they were having some unseasonable sunny weather, so there were a lot of surfers in town, which was fun to watch. The site is on the marina on one side, and the ocean on the other side. It is attached to a hotel which has a great restaurant (Half Moon Bay Bar and Grill). Westport is home to Washington's tallest lighthouse, I did not know that before coming here. Anyway, this is probably not a great place for groups, the only facility is a little spendy (the conference room in the hotel), but it is nice, and you can't beat the view. Husband wants to come back and fish halibut and if we do we will stay here again.
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is a really clean, friendly, park, but kind of blah. You know, nothing spectacular. You are way off the beach, so to do all the beach activities you need to either bike or drive down there. The facilities are nice and clean, and check in/out was friendly. We might come back, but were told the season is super crowded.
rating [ 10/10 ]
This park is on Willapa Bay, between Astoria and Westport in Washington. Kind of off the beaten path, and the area is not crowded. Kind of reminds me of Central California when I was a kid. The sites are right on the water - I can't think of any other park I've been to where you are parked so close. There is space to make a fire. We were on our own this time, but I think it would be great for groups, because there is a meeting room. The bathrooms were very clean. Check in/out was friendly. Next time we will bring our kayaks, but in March it was too cold. The facilities are nothing fancy, but we had a great time (clam dig weekend, so we went digging in Grayland and picked up enough for chowder). There is a local fish market just down the street, and a historic (says its over 100 years old) hotel across the street. Also a little golf course, but again, it was pretty cold when we were there - in the high 40's. We will be back, and probably see if we can get a group to come with us in the late spring.
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