Ocean City State Park, Quinault Casino and Quinault Marina & RV Park, which are three campsites in Ocean Shores, Washington, are generally praised for their scenery and special locales on RVParkReviews.com, albeit with some grievances related to utilities for two out of the three sites. Most prominently, the Ocean City State Park is said to have a large issue with 90-degree sewer hook-ups that campers find difficult or impossible to hook their vehicles up to properly.
Clearly the most popular site in the area, Ocean City State Park has 18 reviews and an average rating of 7.8. Positive aspects mentioned by reviewers include pleasant shaded spots, effective pay showers and relative proximity to the beach. However, many visitors reported issues with both the lack of sewer connections and the pipes' awkward shape and length, as well as relatively high prices for campsites and problems related to site registration, given the lack of a "first come, first serve" camping rule.
The Quinault Marina & RV Park has a slightly higher rating of eight out of 10, with three written reviews. A smaller-scale operation, this campsite is praised for its polite manager and a long, visually pleasing beach. However, the area is quite remote from civilization, lacks Wi-Fi or cable hook-ups and features an abandoned hotel as well as other buildings that need some restoration.
Quinault Casino is also rated at eight out of 10, with a single review. The casino's various amenities, such as a pool and Wi-Fi, are praised, as is the spacious parking lot and its low lodging fee of $5 biweekly. This location's natural features include a long stretch of Pacific shoreline with a magnificent view.