The Crescent Beach RV Park is all about location. Nearly halfway between the points that frame Crescent Beach, this park offers plenty of prime sites that look north over Crescent Bay and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. From the park you'll be just across the road from the paths that lead directly to the beach, and the Salt Creek Recreation Area is just a short walk east. There you can find trails, day use amenities, and the famous tide pools at Tongue Point.
The easy access and abundant bay views do come with a few trade-offs. The entire property is adjacent to the road, and the layout of the property is such that sites overlook both Crescent Beach Road and the internal access driveway. Trees stand to the south do provide some natural shelter, but for the most part the sites here are close to each other with little in the way of any natural barriers or other differentiation. Overnight guests pitch tents here, and tents are welcome, but given the layout and the abundance of full-hookup sites, this area is much better suited to RVs (as the name implies). Each site includes picnic tables and firepits, and the campground offers Wi-Fi, laundry, restrooms, hot showers, and a small store for last minute items and bundles of firewood. Crescent Beach RV Park is open year round, and nightly, weekly, and seasonal rates are available. Additionally, the park provides day use parking and access to the beach.