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Description - Twin Harbors State Park offers visitors 49 trailer sites, 249 tent sites (three are ADA), five primitive sites, a group area with 14 sites, a group camp pole shelter (open), three fire rings, one group brick BBQ, 12 picnic sites, four restrooms, an enclosed covered kitchen, a 3-bay shop, a park supplied by city water, a contact station with an office, a clam cleaning shed, and three storage buildings.

Recreation - Activities include camping, picnicking, surf fishing, clamming, horseback riding, kite flying, and beach combing.

Climate - 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.

Location - Twin Harbors State Park, in south coastal Washington, is located twenty miles west of Aberdeen and three miles south of Westport on State Route 105.


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Filed By: Stefanee Bunn (Longview, WA)
Number of People Encountered: 50+ ppl
Recommend to a Friend: Highly
Report: We have camped at this park over the 4th of July (& a couple other times) for the last 5 years. WE LOVE IT!! There are spots close to the beach & across the highway there are spots in the trees. It is beautiful & relaxing. There are certain times of the year it is super busy & you can meet people from ALL over the world! Other times it is very quiet & you might not see anyone. It is one of the best parks I have stayed in.

Filed By: Leoyak (Yakima, WA)
Number of People Encountered: 11-25 ppl
Recommend to a Friend: Not Recommended
Report: We stayed at Twin Harbors in August of 2003. We had a pickup camper and so were placed in the furthest section away from the beach and it was a pretty long hike (1/4 to 1/2 mile?). The roads within the campground are mostly gravel. You can only have a fire in the free-standing barbecue but standard sites had regular fire pits. The bathrooms were clean enough although showers were spendy at .50 for 3 minutes (watch out when someone flushes the toilet). It was very quiet when we were there...not many kids. The beach sand is mostly gravely which feels really good on your feet. There is a mini mart with a Subway within walking distance and Westport is about 3 miles away. We had a great time crabbing off the docks at Westport. Don't expect to catch anything you're allowed to keep though (only certain sized males with hard shells). Leoyak


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Contact Information:
Twin Harbors State Park , Westport, WA, 98595, Phone: 360-268-9717

Additional Information:
The Coast - Washington's coast is much more than a beach destination. Adventure abounds on both land and sea, be it birding or whale watching, kite flying or winter storm watching, horseback riding or clam digging.
Washington State Parks - Washington has 149 state parks located around the state.

Links:
Washington State Parks - Official Agency Website

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