Grayland Beach State Park In Washington is one of the many Washington State Parks on the pacific coast! One of the best parts of being in Washington is our state parks, they are well maintained and always a great place for staycations with the family.
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Grayland is a state park we have gone to for years, it is 2 hours away from the Tacoma area south of Seattle or three hours from Seattle. One unique thing about the PNW is some of our beaches you can drive out onto the beach itself, much easier than hauling gear all the time, right?
With all travel regulations changing, I recommend checking out the park website -> here. Washington State Parks has been great about updating with current travel restrictions and also if parts of the park are closed due to weather.
Grayland Beach State Park Features:
- 5 Hiking Trails
- Bird Watching
- Kite Flying
- Horseback Riding
Water Activities At The State Park
- Saltwater Fishing
- Beach Exploration
- Fishing (saltwater)
Note this the state park does require the Discover Pass which is $30 a year. The pass will pay for itself in three days, if you don’t want an annual pass you can get a day pass for $10 a day. If you want to fish, go clamming, or crabbing be sure to follow Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife regulations and rules, a license is required.
Camping At Grayland Beach State Park:
- 16 Yurts
- 38 Partial Hook Up Sites
- 60 Full Hookup Sites
Other Washington State Parks To Check Out
- Nolte State Park
- Fort Ebey State Park
- Fort Flagler State Park
- Riverside State Park
- Fort Casey State Park
- Potholes State Park
What is your favorite thing to do around Grayland Washington State Park?