The tourism center is very educational and would think that all ages would thoroughly enjoy it. The view is amazing being able to see the mouth of the Columbia River and watch the ships come and go.
We had never been to this state park because it's a little further from home but, with a three day weekend, I decided to give it a try. Most of the parks I've found that are on the pacific coast are in grasslands and there's no trees. Seems to me that they serve mostly as a base for people to... 更多
We headed out of Seattle to spend a night camping here but sadly were turned away as the lot was full. But we did come back the next day to have seagulls, sit by the ocean and just enjoy the scenery. A few short easy hikes later we were thoroughly relaxed and rested. What an amazing oasis on the coast!... 更多
My wife's family has been coming to this State Park since the mid 1970's - much has changed over the years, including the name, but most hasn't, and that is why we keep coming back. The State Park is beautiful and well kept. The beaches are amazing, the hiking trails, the museums, lighthouses, interpretive center, local residents, all will provide... 更多
There is much to see in this park - 2 lighthouses (one has a rather steep walk), parts of the former Fort Canby, hiking trails, beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean and a Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center (additional fee). There is a nice campground that includes camping cabins and yurts. There is the former Lighthouse Keepers Residences available to... 更多
Can't say enough about this park. The camping is wonderful! Clean, plenty of room between sites. We were literally a block from the beach...clean and pristine. The Interpretive Center was fantastic. In fact we went back twice. My only complaint is that you are charged $.50 for a 3-minute shower. But we shower in our rig anyway. We would definitely... 更多