2018’s 3 Best Camping Spots in Washington State

If you’re looking to start your summer off right with an RVing trip to the 3 Best Camping Spots in Washington State, check some of our favorites. Each one comes with tons of exciting features and activities that promise to make your adventure one that’s memorable and sure to keep you coming back year after year.

Fort Casey State Park



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By Ricardo Martins from Gent, Belgium (Fort Casey State Park) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons


Take a trip back in time with a visit to this impressive state park. 100 years ago Fort Casey was buzzing with the energy of soldiers ready to stand for their country. It features a lighthouse, cliff-side bunker, and a slew of other historic relics that date back to WWI and WWII.

This fort was built in the 1800s and promises to transport your family to a different time through the variety of historic displays and a gorgeous lighthouse built in 1903.

There are 13 utility sites that have water and electricity and are located in the inner circle campground. There are also four beachfront pull-through campsites with a maximum site length is 40-feet. So hop in your RV and head on over for a great time and blast from the past!


1280 Engle Rd
Coupeville, Washington 98239
Phone: (360) 678-4519

Cape Disappointment State Park



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By Adbar (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Don’t let the name fool you. There’s nothing to be disappointed about in this gorgeous state park located in Ilwaco, Washington. With 1,882 acres of pristine camping and adventures, this park is ideal for the adventurer. Located right by the gorgeous sea, you’ll love waking up to the smell of salty air and sounds of sea gulls squawking for food.

Educational exhibits abound and tell the story of Lewis & Clark, while the archaeologist in the family will love exploring old military ruins.

Cape Disappointment comes with 137 standard campsites, 60 full-hookup sites, 18 sites with water and electricity only, five primitive hiker/biker campsites. There is also one dump station and a maximum site length of 45 feet. Th best news? You can camp here year round!

244 Robert Gray Dr
Ilwaco, Washington 98624
Phone: (360) 642-3078

Grayland Beach State Park

Take in the scent of the sea, enjoy a run along the beach, or relax and enjoy the feel of a cool breeze whip through your hair as your roast s’mores over an open fire all at a state park that rivals some of the national parks out there.

Grayland Beach is a getaway that offers you a front row seat to the beauty of Washington state. This park is a 412-acre marine camping park that’s open year round and boasts 7,449 feet of pristine ocean frontage. It’s a favorite of kite flyers and beach bums alike and comes with 55 full-hookup campsites.

925 Cranberry Beach Road
Grayland, Washington 98547
Phone: (360) 268-9717

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