Pacific Beach State Park
Pacific Beach State Park is a small state park, designed for picnics, camping and beach activities only. The camps are all out in the open, next to the beach. Campsites are tight, offering little privacy. There are roughly 22 standard sites, 42 utility sites and two yurts. No campfires or portable fire pits are permitted in the campground but they are allowed on the beach. Standard beach activities include kite flying, sand-castle building, beachcombing, walking and wildlife watching. Pacific Beach State Park is the public access to the beach from the town of Pacific Beach. Without it, most residents wouldn't have access. Vehicle traffic is allowed after Labor Day until April 15. The vehicle access is at the far north end of town.
WillhiteWeb.com - Washington State Parks
Pacific Beach State Park is located 18 miles north of Ocean Shores off SR 109. From Hoquiam follow Highway 101 to Ocean Beach Road. Follow this road to Pacific Beach.
Picnic area in the campground