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RV Camping in Long Beach Washington

“Locals boast it is “the world’s longest beach.” While that hasn’t been verified, one thing is for certain: the 20 miles of the Long Beach Peninsula, located at the very southern end of Washington State, offer an RVers paradise–with more than 1,000 parking spaces and an almost never-ending list of activities. Deep-sea fishing charters are available out of Ilwaco, on the peninsula’s southern end; oyster and dungeness crab harvesting at Willapa Bay is popular, and the area’s numerous lakes and streams offer various freshwater fishing options. Kite-flying, sand castle building and sunbathing are popular beach activities. From upscale parks to basics-only campgrounds, RV enthusiasts have plenty of choices in the Long Beach area.

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RV Parks of the Long Beach Peninsula