What to do in Ocean City State Park

Ocean City State Park contains 169.8 acres, plus accreted lands with 2,980 feet of saltwater shoreline on the Pacific Ocean. The park offers four restrooms, 10 picnic tables, two log picnic shelters with two tables each, a Group Camp with a log shelter (accommodates a maximum of 40 people camping in tents), 29 utility camp sites (one is ADA accessible), 149 standard campsites (one is ADA accessible), three primitive non-vehicular campsites, one trailer dump, one winter water supply, 100 extra vehicle/day use parking stalls, and a 3-bay shop.
Of special interest is the historical availability of razor clam made this an important destination for the seasonal digging periods.

Activities at the park include camping, picnicking, clamming, fishing, horseback riding, kite flying, surfing, beach combing, bird watching, and mushroom picking.

Ocean City State Park, in south coastal Washington, is located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean in Grays Harbor County, 16 miles west of Hoquiam, and 1 1/2 mile north of Ocean Shores on State Route 115.

Washington's climate varies with each region. The Cascades split the state and alter weather patterns. Western Washington is temperate, due to the coastal geography. The water is a stabilizing force for the climate, making extreme temperatures rare. The area receives large amounts of rainfall from Pacific storms and some snow during winter months.

148 State Route 115
Hoquiam, WA 98550

Phone: 360-289-3553

Fax: 360-289-9059

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