Free Guide to Northwest Camping
Twin Harbors State Park
Campground Description: Twin Harbors State Park is owned and operated by the State of Washington. Twin Harbors State Park and Twin Harbors Beach State Park are essentially the same state park. Twin Harbors is located on the east side of Highway 101 while Twin Harbors Beach is located directly across Highway 101 on the west side of the highway. If that isn't confusing enough, Twin Harbors Beach State Park has a sign at its entrance that names the park Twin Harbors West State Park. The primary distinction between the two are, obviously, they are separated by the very busy Pacific Coast Highway (Highway 101). Additionally, Twin Harbors Beach has hiking trails and direct access to the beach, but no RV camping hookups. RV camping hookups are available at Twin Harbors State Park (on the east side of Highway 101) as are tent camping sites, but there are no hiking trails nor direct access to the beach. Regardless of what travelers or the State of Washington care to call either or both campgrounds, each is a little slice of heaven. Limited shopping and services are available in Westport, 3.4 miles north. Complete shopping and services are available in Aberdeen, 19.1 miles to the east. Reservations are possible. Open year round.
Number of Sites: 190 total RV camping and tent camping sites of which 42 are full hookup RV camping sites
Electricity: At 49 RV camping sites
Water: Ay 49 RV camping sites and distributed throughout the campground
Sewer: At 49 RV camping sites
Waste Water Dump Station: Yes
Directions: From Aberdeen - Follow Highway 105 west for 19.1 miles to the entrance of Twin Harbors State Park. From Highway 101 Northbound or Southbound - Drive to Raymond and look for the well marked intersection of Highway 101 and Highway 105. Turn westbound onto Highway 105 and follow for 30.1 miles to the entrance of Twin Harbors State Park
Fishing: Surf casting is very productive for perch. Some of the best fishing charters on the west coast are available in Westport, 3.4 north. Explore the charter services at Westport Charters Directory
Astronomy Opportunities: The skies at Twin Harbors State Park are often cloudy at night. To find a spot to set up a telescope for astronomy camping is difficult due to the trees. The best bet would be a blanket, binoculars and the beach.
Nearby Golfing:Highland Golf Course 2200 1st Street Cosmopolis, WA 98537 Telephone: 360-533-2455 Highland Golf Course
Contact Information:Washington State Parks Twin Harbors State Park 3120 State Route 105 Westport, WA 98595 Telephone: 360-902-8844 Twin Harbors State Park
Click on any picture for a larger image
The sign on Highway 105 indicating the entrance to Twin Harbors State Park
A map of Twin Harbors State Park
The restrooms at Twin Harbors State Park offer flush toilets and hot showers
The RV camping sites at Twin Harbors State Park are all full hookup sites
Most of the RV camping sites at Twin Harbors State Park are limited to RVs measuring 35 feet bumper to bumper
A photo of one of the tent camping sites at Twin Harbors State Park
One of the many tent camping or RV camping sites without hookups
Email comments to editor@FreeGuideToNWcamping.com
The information presented herein, while deemed to be correct, is not guaranteed. All information including directions, costs, distances, amenities, measurements, dates, etc. are gathered from many different sources and are deemed to be as accurate as possible but not guaranteed. The Webmaster / Free Guide To Northwest Camping / Site Owners are not liable for any errors or omissions in this info sheet. The reader of this material is expected to verify the accuracy of this content.
Page last updated 04/07/2015
The Free Guide To Northwest Camping is a free guide to both privately owned and publicly owned (state, county and federal government) campgrounds. The editors of the Free Guide To Northwest Camping do not specifically endorse any of the campgrounds listed in this site. Not every available campground is covered in this free camping guide. Many of the privately owned and operated campgrounds do allow RV camping but not tent camping. If in doubt, call the campground first.
The authors of the Free Guide To Northwest Camping do not accept payment from any agency or private campground owners. In this way we ensure that every description in this free guide is unbiased. Covered are campgrounds owned and operated by state and federal agencies, private RV campgrounds, RV parks, family campgrounds, and camping sites for both tent camping and all types of RV camping. While free campgrounds are listed and described, pay per night campgrounds far outnumber the free sites.
Please use the email link above to notify the editors of the Free Guide To Northwest Camping of any errors or omissions. New campgrounds are added weekly.
All content including photographs copyright © 2008-2015 Free Guide To NW Camping