June 28 2008

Ocean City State Park, Ocean City, WA

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NAME: Ocean City State Park
Where: Ocean City, WA (near Ocean Shores)
Admission: 2008 Fees
An additional $2 per night is added to the basic camping fees listed below at this high-use park. Basic camping fees are:
Standard campsite, $17.
Full utility campsite, $24.
Partial utility campsite, $23.
Primitive campsite (accessible by motorized/non-motorized vehicles) and for water trail camping, $12
An additional $3 fee (standard) or $5 fee (utility) may be charged for select premium campsites at some parks.
Camping: The park has 149 tent spaces, 29 utility spaces, one dump station, four restrooms and six showers. The utility sites provide electricity. Loop four sites may also have water and sewer. Maximum site length is 50 feet (may have limited availability). There are three primitive campsites, each with a picnic table and campfire pit. To reserve a campsite, call (888) CAMPOUT or (888) 226-7688.
URL: http://www.parks.wa.gov/parkpage.asp?selectedpark=Ocean+City&pageno=2
Month/Year visited: 6/2004

Comments:  Concessionaire has firewood for sale during the summer months. Pay phones are next to the park office. All services and supplies are available in the town of Ocean Shores, about one-and-a-half miles south. Horse rentals can usually be found at the Chance a la Mer ocean beach access. Moped rentals are available at various locations in the area. The nearest hospital is in Aberdeen. Ocean Shores has emergency medical technicians.

We used to camp here often when we had the 5th wheel. Good place to get to the coast from Olympia, the grandkids liked it, plenty to do. The wife and I could go into town and get seafood, or eat at one of the resturants. There is also a Casino nearby, but I think they are over priced. The only reason we didn’t use thei s aprk more is that its close to the Pacific Beach Military Recreation Area and we usually went there. At Pac Beach we could rent houses and bring all the kids and grandkids up.


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Posted June 28, 2008 by Tom Martin in category "Camping and RV", "Camping in the NorthWest

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