Ocean City State Park

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148 State Route 115
Ocean Shores, WA 98569

(360) 289-3553
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Park Features & Amenities

Camp Basics

Park Type:

Private

Sites:

178

Pull Through Sites:

11

Full Hookup Sites:

29

Pets Allowed:

Yes

Age Restrictions:

None

Extended Stay:

No

Shaded Sites:

Yes

Big Rigs:

Yes

Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard

Utilities & Amenities

Power: 30 Amps

Restrooms:

Yes

Showers:

Yes

Laundry:

No

Dumping:

Yes

Propane:

No

Wireless Internet:

No

Cable TV:

No

Recreation

Clubhouse:

No

Fishing:

Yes

Golf:

No

Swimming Pool:

No

Billiards/Pool:

No

Playground:

No

Game Hall:

No

Sports Field:

No

Horseshoes:

No

Shuffleboard:

No

Mini Golf:

No

Boat Launch:

No

Traveler Tips


Traveler Reviews


RVingToadless
35 reviews
3

Ocean City State Park

In winter time, only two of the four loops are open: One RV loop with hookup (w/e/s) sites and non hookup sites; and one tent loop. Keep in mind, during the winter, it rains a lot. There is someone in the office during the day and you are supposed to stop and get assigned a spot. However, with all the rain, you may end up going back to the office and saying, "Um.... the spot we were assigned is flooded, can we get a different spot?" If you get there after hours, you can do self check-in, they leave you a list of the available spots. The park takes reservations year round, but reservations aren't really critical in winter unless it's a clam dig weekend. If you like to clam dig, AND.... you want a full hookup site, you better make a reservation. If you don't make a reservation, you can still get in, but in the non-hookup sites. If you have reservations, and your site ends up being flooded, the rangers will do their best to switch you to a different site. During my stay, I noted two trails to the beach. One trail is in a "day use" area, and the other trail is near site 157. Being in site 157 isn't a big deal in the winter, but I'm guessing you would NOT want to be in that site in the summer. I walked around the "closed" loops and also noted a beach trail between Sites 108 and 110. If you like privacy in your RV site, either take a back-in site with NO hookups, or a full hookup pull through site. Those sites seem to be the best, with lots of vegetation for separation. There are full hookup "back-in" sites, but those seem to be close together with not much separation (but there is room for slides). The tent sites seem to be spaced apart. Tent site 35 seems to have the most room, but it's next to the roadway. The rest rooms were typical for state parks, cement floors. You have to buy tokens for the showers, 50 cents (two tokens) for three minutes.

Date of Stay:
 December, 2010
Rate Paid:
 $28.00