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Screamin' Eagle Campground

Southwest Washington Coast, Washington

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  • View of horse stall sites in Screamin' Eagle Campground.- Screamin' Eagle Campground
  • View of horse stalls in Screamin' Eagle Campground.- Screamin' Eagle Campground
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  • View of Cranberry Creek in Screamin' Eagle Campground.- Screamin' Eagle Campground
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  • Typical campsite in Screamin' Eagle Campground.- Screamin' Eagle Campground
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  • Restroom and shower facility in Screamin' Eagle Campground.- Screamin' Eagle Campground
  • Restroom and shower facility in Screamin' Eagle Campground.- Screamin' Eagle Campground
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  • Campsite 34 with Rustic Cabin in Screamin' Eagle Campground.- Screamin' Eagle Campground
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Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Horse stall campsites. Close to the beach. Open year-round.
Cons: 
Damp sites during the winter. Little privacy between sites.
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Region:
Southwest Washington Coast, WA
Managed by: 
Screamin' Eagle Campground
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
Reservations possible: 
Yes
Current Local Weather:
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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Located in Ocean City, just a few hundred yards from Ocean City 'Beach' State Park, the Screamin' Eagle Campground is one of the friendliest privately operated campgrounds along Washington's North Beach coastline. Only a short walk away from the beach, it is also the only equestrian friendly campground with essentially direct access to the beach.

The campground features one large group site, one campsite with a very small primitive cabin (7 feet by 8 feet with bunk sleeping for two), eight individual horse stalls, 10 RV sites (water and electrical hook-up only), 29 tent/car sites, and restroom and shower facilities.

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