Grayland Beach State Park

Grayland Beach State Park


Location:On the western coast of the state, 5 miles south of Westport.
Facilities:60 utility campsites, 4 standard campites, 3 primitive campsites, 10 yurts, 8 showers, interpretive trail.
Activities:Camping, hiking, fishing, clamming, crabbing, beachcombing, kite flying.
Special Features:Grayland received its name from Captain Robert Gray, the American explorer who, in 1792, discovered the harbors now named for him.
Address:c/o Twin Harbors State Park
Hwy 105
Westport, WA 98595

Phone:360-268-9717
Web: www.parks.wa.gov/parkpage.asp?selectedpark=Grayland%20Beach
Size: 412 acres.

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Grayland Beach State Park, at the south end of the town of Grayland, is a dramatic repository of driftwood, from pocket-size sticks to giant timbers.