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The Joy of RV Camping on Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula

Sep 16, 2021 | Travel

Anytime is a good time to RV camp on the Long Beach Peninsula of Washington State. The weather is milder than it is in other parts of the state, and even in the winter, storms can provide for dramatic wave viewing at Cape Disappointment State Park or wash up old Japanese glass floats that you might find while beachcombing. Read on to find out where to stay and what to do when RV camping around Long Beach, Washington.

Thousand Trails in Seaview

Thousand Trails is renowned for its RV parks, and the Thousand Trails in Seaview lives up to its reputation. Located only 1,200 feet from the Pacific Ocean, you’ll never have a shortage of fun activities, and don’t forget to bring your four-legged family members along for the trip! It’s the perfect place to relax and unwind.

Amenities at Thousand Trails

All of the sites at the Long Beach Thousand Trails Campground have full RV camping hookups and are satellite-ready. You’ll also enjoy the following amenities:

  • Clubhouse

  • Laundry Facility

  • Showers

  • Volleyball

  • Horseshoe Pit

  • Playground

  • Hot Tub

  • BBQ Area

  • And much more!

What to Do While Visiting the Long Beach Peninsula?

A Long Beach RV Camping trip provides plenty of opportunities to create lasting memories. From bike paths to wildlife viewing, lighthouses, festivals, and kite flying, you may never want to leave. These are just some of the fun recreational activities available in Long Beach.

Go Fly a Kite

The Kite Museum is the perfect place to learn more about kite flying and select the right one for you. There are so many different types of kites available in the retail store that you might need to buy more than one. Then, head out to the beach to watch it soar into the sky. The annual International Kite Festival in the summer is well worth a special trip back!

Explore Cape Disappointment State Park

Cape Disappointment State Park is one of the most visited State Parks in Washington State for many reasons. The two lighthouses are picturesque and offer stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. Also, don’t forget to check out Waikiki Beach and Benson Beach and hike or bike the Discovery Trail, which meanders for eight miles through the forest and dune grass.

Marsh’s Free Museum

Marsh’s Free Museum is a place you’ll never forget. It’s part museum and part freak show, with highlights being Jake the Alligator Man and a two-headed calf. You can get your fortune read, indulge in countless flavors of salt-water taffy, and see some old artifacts from all over the globe! It’s definitely a can’t miss destination of Long Beach!

The Long Beach Peninsula welcomes visitors from all over the world. You won’t find high rise condominiums or traffic jams, but you will find plenty of opportunities for fun, relaxation, shopping, and dining, so make your reservations now!

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