Sequim Bay is a small State Park near Sequim, WA and is open year round. Although there are 26 RV hookup sites, only 16 of them are currently used. Good thing… if all 26 were used, it would be cramped! The campground host had a monster RV, but the remaining sites can only accommodate 30 foot RV’s at the bare maximum. The good news is, this State Park actually has dump stations at each RV site! The bad news is, they only offer 30 amp service. Further, the sites, which are back-in, slope down to the back so I highly suggest using wheel chocks on the back wheels. TV reception via antenna is adequate. You can tune in to both Canadian and American channels. If you use your own shower, the water pressure is the best I’ve ever seen for a State Park!
The park also has 60 tent sites and a large “group camp” site. If you want to dry camp in the tent sites, your RV cannot be larger than 25 feet, sign is posted!
I traveled here in the fall and weather was beautiful! Afternoons were comfortable, mornings were cold. I came here on a Thursday and there were only about five RV’s. However, on Friday, the park was full!
This park only takes reservations May – September, after that it’s first come, first serve. The best to get here is on a Thursday, even in the fall.
This park is popular for boating, picnicking, and clamming. (However, clamming was closed for 2006 due to red tides). Further, this park attracts bird enthusiasts and people who enjoy metal detecting. The park has a cute little interpretive station where you can learn more than you ever wanted to know about clams, mussels, and oysters! There is a swing set for the children, hiking trails for the ambitious, and a horseshoe pit, softball field, and tennis court.