Camping on the Washington coast is always so dependent on the weather, yet staying in a yurt at Grayland Beach State Park definitely takes some of the risk away. The yurts hold 5 people, with a bunk with 1 on top, 2 on bottom, plus a futon that can hold 2. When it is warm (as we had the fortune to have), you can unzip 3 big windows to let the breeze through. When cold, there is an electric heater. Y61 is close to a bathroom with plumbing (with coin-operated showers for those who so desire), and it is on a small loop that is just perfect for kids to ride bikes around and to do a little off-roading in the small sandy-hill-island in the middle. There is also water at the site plus a nice fire ring and picnic table. It is overall a great way to be a bit more rustic while still having the additional shelter and warmth when the weather turns bad.
The beach itself is wonderful - very wide and sandy - although I'm still not used to cars and trucks on the beach. A short drive also gets you to Westport which we always love visiting.
My family has both visited this part for multiple camping weekends as well as stayed multiple times at Westport by the Sea. They're different, and we definitely enjoy both. Friends joined us on this trip, saying in an identical yurt right next to ours, and that was an extra treat.
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