Belfair State Park, Belfair

#124 of 142 in Wildlife in Washington State
State Park · Wildlife Area
Belfair State Park is a public recreation area located on Hood Canal three miles (4.8 km) southwest of Belfair in Mason County, Washington. The state park consists of 94 acres (38 ha) of tidal flats, wetlands, and beaches with a 3,720-foot (1,130 m) shoreline. Park activities include camping, fishing, swimming, clam digging, crabbing, birdwatching, and field sports.
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  • We enjoyed our day trip and picnic here (with a Discover Pass). The bathrooms were clean, there were several picnic tables and nice trails to walk. The setting on the water is so pretty...  more »
  • This is a very nice park and camp ground. Clean, affordable and easy access. Not far from town, stores etc.  more »
  • Solid family campground. Lots of kids riding around on bike. Campsites were spacious enough with lots of trees for privacy and shade. The water was very fun to play in at low tide, as well as the small creek running through the park.
  • Campsites have plenty of room to make you feel like you have your own space. Gorgeous sunsets, beautiful beaches with clams and oysters. Walking trails and a creek runs through the campground with walking bridges. Love this campground!!

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