Overnight accommodationsThe 16 yurts (10 are ADA accessible) are 16-feet in diameter by 10-feet high and are furnished with bunk beds that sleep three, a queen-size futon, interior light, small end table, and heater. Outside is a picnic table, fire grill, electric outlet, and a deck. Bathrooms and showers are nearby. All yurts are heated, but visitors should take along blankets and warm clothing as evenings can be cool. Pets are allowed in all yurts ($15 pet fee per night applies) except 25, 80, 120, 119. For more information, visit our cabins and yurts page.
The first parcel of Grayland Beach State Park was acquired in 1969. The park was officially named by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission on Jan. 17, 1972.