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12 Best Beach Camping Spots in Washington

Harshada Kekare
Ocean City State Park is a state-operated location in Grays Harbor County. Best location for Camping as you will get shade on hot days and protection from rain on Coast days.
1. Ocean City State Park
Located in Rockport, best place to explore this rugged region of Washington. This is one of the best hiking trails in the North Cascades.
2. Colonial Creek Campground
It's an uninhabited island off the coast of Washington. Best location for camping and you can experience sea kayaking adventure that you will never forget.
3. Kayak Camp
Located on the southwest coast of the Olympic. Make sure to book your best spot as it fills up quickly during high-season. You can access the beach in five minutes.
4. Kalaloch Campground
Located on the southwest side of Mt. Rainier National Park. You will get amenities like flushing toilets and potable water. Do visit in the season of May through October.
5. Cougar Rock Campground
Located on the coast of Olympic Peninsula. You will get access to three world-class beaches - First Beach, Second Beach and Third Beach; all located a few miles apart.
6. Camp at First Beach
Olympic National Park is on Washington's Olympic Peninsula. Popular due to its proximity to iconic trailheads, campsites are granted on a first-come, first-served basis.
7. Hoh Rain Forest Campground
Located along the western coast of Olympic National Park. Do not miss to visit popular Rialto Beach and Hole-In-The-Wall for five-star tide pooling experience.
8. Mora Campground
Located along the Spokane and Little Spokane rivers in Eastern Washington. You will also enjoy horse riding, mountain biking, hiking, fishing and swimming.
9. Bowl and Pitcher Campground
Located nine miles south of Blaine in Whatcom County. You will enjoy swimming in warm water and you will also experience crabbing, windsurfing, sailing and paddling here.
10. Birch Bay Camping
Located in the Mount Rainier National Park. Best for exploring the generous alpine environment that surrounds the tallest mountain in Washington.
11. Ohanapecosh Campground
It's a public recreation area on Orcas Island. Here you can also experience hiking, biking, and horse-riding. It has miles of woodland and lakeside hiking trails.
12. Moran State Park