This coastal park is on state highway 115, just south of the turnoff from state 109 on the north side of Gray's Harbor. The nearest town is Ocean Shores. It has 178 sites divided amongst four loops, numbered 1-4. It also has two Group Camps, one that holds 60 people and one which holds 50. These are in Loop 4. We were in Site 64, Loop 2, which was a standard, no hook-up site. Washington SPs have different prices for Standard ($22 per night), Premium Standard ($25), Full Utility ($31) and Premium Full Utility ($36) sites. Premium means a better view, a bit bigger, more privacy or more than one of these. All of these prices are absolutely outrageous IMO. (This is one of several reasons why I rarely camp in Washington State Parks.) The park takes reservations but is FCFS for empty sites. Roads and site pads were all paved with asphalt and fairly level. The utility sites were jammed horribly close together. I guess the park would be considered nice by some folks but I hated it. It was almost all level lawn (they actually mowed the grass!) with no privacy between sites. (Far too civilized for me.) There were a few trees and bushes here and there but for the most part everyone was out on an open plain. The sites were absurdly close together. Our fire ring was ten feet from the next driveway. It's a good thing the sites on either side of us were empty or else it would have seemed like camping in a Target parking lot on Black Friday. The facilities were fine (flush toilets, a token-operated shower house, dump station, trash collection, etc.) but I just don't like camping in such conditions. Sites 80-108 in Loop 3 are Premium Standard because they are larger and cut into underbrush so there is more privacy. If you are going there I recommend aiming for these. There is a short trail to the ocean beach and once there you can walk for very long distances in either direction. The beach is wide at high tide and very, very wide at low tide. A hundred yards or so of low sand dunes with scrub grass separates the beach from the CG. Kite-flying is a common activity here. The ocean view is empty horizon. I prefer the beaches to the north where the forest comes right to the shore, rocky headlands pierce into the sea and sea stacks litter the offshore view. The only reason we went there was to be near a cabin my daughter and her family rented. I won't camp there again.