- Hiker/biker campsites: These campsites are available to campers whom arrive to your park on foot or on bicycles. Restrooms aren’t nearby.
- Ancient and water trail campsites: Campsite will not consist of a nearby flush convenience section. Ancient campsites might not have any amenities of a campsite that is standard. Internet web Sites available by motorized / non-motorized vehicles and water path camping.
- Standard campsite: A designated campsite offered by nearby domestic water, sink waste, trash disposal and comfort station that is flush.
- Partial-hookup campsite: a typical campsite with the addition of electricity. Could have domestic water and/or sewer.
- Full-hookup campsite: a regular campsite with the addition of electricity, water and sewer.
Take note: optimum eight individuals per campsite.
2020 Camping Costs
|Web Site Type||Peak Season
May 15 – Sept. 15
April 1 – May 14 and
Sept. 16 – Oct. 31
November – March
|Primitive and water path campsites||$12||$12||$12|
|Standard campsites||$27 – $37||$20 – $30||$20 utility that is partial||$35 – $45||$30 – $40||$30|
|Full-utility campsites||$40 – $50||$35 – $45||$35|
Note: Shoulder season runs through wintertime at Grayland Beach, Pacific Beach, Fort Worden and Cape Disappointment state areas. Continue reading “Camping charges. Campsite explanations”