Crescent Beach & R V Park in Port Angeles, Clallam County, United States | Resort
As guests, we welcome you to more than a half mile of pristine sandy beach, located on the Historic Site of Port Crescent. This quiet stretch of beach once supported a bustling logging community.
Today, the same breathtaking bay hosts Crescent Beach & RV Park in Port Angeles, Washington, a family park where you can camp for the week or just enjoy visiting the beach for a day!
Crescent Beach & RV Park is located on the Straits of Juan de Fuca on the northern side of the Olympic Peninsula just west of Port Angeles, Washington. With the Straits and Vancouver Island in the foreground and Striped Peak in the background, it is hard to envision such an epic view anywhere else.
The northwest coast offers some of the best fishing, whale-watching, surfing, kayaking, beachcombing, bird-watching and nature viewing in Washington State.
Crescemt Beach & R V Park, known as a family park, is located just minutes from the Olympic National Park Visitor's Center and gateway to spectacular Hurricane Ridge. Within an hour or two from most major Olympic National Park attractions. Crescent Beach & RV Park is an ideal place to spend your vacation or weekend holiday!
Crescent Bay's ever-changing waves (from bathtub calm to crashing surf) provide plenty of year-round enjoyment for all.
The beach gets its name from the distinctive half-bowl crescent shape. A beautiful one-half mile of this sandy beach is a part of the park.
The most popular activity is to stroll the private beach from one end to another collecting the perfect seaside memento. Every tide brings in a unique collection of sand dollars, shells, agates and driftwood.
Children love to spend their time building sandcastles or driftwood forts, beachcombing, flying kits, writing in the sand or playing with the seaweed. Most children are fascinated with the seaweed brought in by some tides.
Due to the diverse habitat of the region, bird-watching is exceptional year-round. An abundance of seagulls, shorebirds and water fowl makes this a haven for birdwatchers. Yet you don't need to be a seasoned bird-watcher to appreciate the majestic bald eagle as it soars over the beach meadow in the afternoons. Black-tail deer are often seen grazing in the beach meadow. An enchanting sight, especially when it is a wide-eyed doe with a fawn or yearling.