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May 9, 2017 - Grayland Beach State Park

Day 3—Grayland Beach State Park A Short Camping Trip in May By 11 AM we were northbound on Highway 101. We stopped a couple of times in Raymond so I could take photos of the steel sculptures. At the north end of Raymond, we turned onto SR 105 and drove around the north shore of Willapa Bay. It was a relaxing drive on another scenic route. We’d heard about the restaurant in the historic Tokeland Hotel. That’s where we planned to have lunch. But place was closed! Its website, had we bothered to have checked it, told us the restaurant and...

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May 12, 2016 - Grayland Beach State Park (5/8 - 5/10/16)

Arrived at Grayland Beach State Park in Grayland, WA not knowing what to expect. The park is very nice with good-sized sites. They have water and electric, but no sewer. We have a back-in site, #86. It is a really nice park. We are just a short distance from the ocean. Once we got set up we took a walk to the beach. Once you get over the little bit of grassy dunes, there is a huge expanse of beach and then finally the water! The beach is literally almost 1/4 mile wide! Unbelievable!! There are 18 miles of the beach that can be driven. Tim...

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Apr 9, 2016 - Clamming on WA coast

We decided to head north before heading south. We thought it would be good to get a chance to see our son Jesse again before we left the west coast for a while. We found Grayland Beach State Park in Washington which would be about a 3 hour drive for each of us so we headed there, taking the last available campsite. I love the Northwest beaches. This campground is right next to one. It made for some nice walks. I was walking around the campground and chatted with another camper. I commented how the campground was so full. She said that a lot...

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Oct 14, 2014 - Grayland Beach State Park

October 10-12, 2014 During the week prior to camping at Grayland Beach SP, weather.com was forecasting 50% - 70% chance of rain throughout the week-end. Seattle television stations were predicting lots of rain, too. It’s about seventy-five miles from home to the Westport area. Grayland is a few miles south of Westport. By the time we backed into our site, friends Chuck and Jean had already set-up their Minnie Winnie. After we had our rig set-up, we took Nick for a walk to the beach and met Chuck and Jean. They had been out on the beach and...

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