Belfair State Park RV & Campground Guide
The Belfair State Park is located on the Hood Canal between Shelton and Bremerton and a quick five-minute drive from downtown Belfair. The state park is filled with wetlands, salmon runs, pebble beaches, and tidal flats. Travelers can enjoy the Cascadia Marine Trail and Puget Sound waterways and explore other adventures at this state park. When visiting, you'll have a chance to enjoy the mild temperatures throughout most of the year. However, the winters can be about 17 to 29 degrees cooler.
RV Resorts & Campsites in Belfair State Park
Belfair State Park and the surrounding area have plenty of camping options for both tents and RVs. If you decide on staying in a comfortable and luxurious RV, consider renting one from RVshare.com, where you can choose from specially selected travel trailers, motorhomes, fifth-wheels, and more. All rentals come with 24/7 roadside assistance, nationwide insurance, and a dedicated team member prepared to assist with your RV needs.
Belfair State Park Campground
Belfair State Park offers three camping loops. The main loop and beach loop camping areas can accommodate RVs up to 60 feet long, and they have full-hookup accessibility. The tree loop campground area, on the other hand, can only accommodate RVs up to 18 feet with no hookups available. Between all loops, there are 90 standard campsites, 41 full-hookup sites, two primitive sites, and one marine trail site.
Water hookup: Yes
Electrical hookup: Yes
Sewer hookup: Yes
Other amenities: Restrooms, showers, and dump station
Tahuya Adventure Resort
Tahuya Adventure Resort offers RV, tent, and cabin camping sites that are surrounded by mature trees, giving you a secluded oasis. The campground accommodates all RV sizes. You will have plenty of trails and wildlife to explore, and with some luck, you may find the hidden pond. The resort is nestled deep in the Tahuya State Forest, making it ideal for horseback riding, hiking, and biking. All sites are fairly close to the kitchen and group areas.
Water hookup: Yes
Electrical hookup: Yes
Sewer hookup: No
Other amenities: Picnic tables, fire pit, and lake
Camp Spillman has sites large enough for a toy hauler or trailer. If you like riding your quad, dirt bike, or other off-road vehicles, you'll love coming here to ride the off-beaten path trails. All sites are free with a discover pass and are first-come, first-served. There are some hidden rivers where you can go fishing, swim, and see plenty of nature and wildlife. The campsites include a picnic table and a fire pit.
Water hookup: No
Electrical hookup: No
Sewer hookup: No
Other amenities: Restrooms, staging area, and hiking trails
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What to Do at
Belfair State Park
Inside Belfair State Park
There are picnic tables where you can have a family picnic. Other things to do inside the state park are bird-watching and crabbing as well as swimming, snorkeling, and other water activities. There is a play area for kids and a large field for playing sports like football, soccer, and softball. Anglers can enjoy a beautiful day trying to catch freshwater and saltwater fish. A gentle breeze typically flows through the state park, making it an excellent place for windsurfing, kite-flying, and relaxing on a warm day.
Outside Belfair State Park
If you have exhausted everything there is to do inside the state park, don't worry; you'll have plenty to do and explore outside the park. With it only being a short distance from the town of Belfair, you're sure to find activities to enjoy. The area outside and around Belfair State Park offers plenty of restaurants, entertainment, attractions, and shopping opportunities.
Family Wok & Teriyaki Restaurant
In Belfair, just a 10-minute drive from the state park is Family Wok & Teriyaki Restaurant. It features Chinese favorites. Popular menu items include general Tso's chicken, orange chicken, beef teriyaki, and shrimp.
Location: 24090 NE State Route, Belfair, WA 98528
Just Roy's Hideaway Restaurant provides breakfast, lunch, and dinner with your favorite American foods. It is located on Hood Canal in Belfair. Try the seafood basket, super nachos, or a full-course meal. Pepsi beverages, alcohol, and other drinks are available to quench your thirst.
Location: 225040 WA-3, Belfair, WA 98528
RNJ Smoked Meats Restaurant puts together the best American dishes. Brisket, pork, and other meats are slow-cooked in a smoker for 20 hours to bring out the best possible flavors. The restaurant is right off of State Route 3 in Belfair. A variety of sides are offered with your meal, such as pork belly beans and smoked macaroni 'n' cheese. For dessert, you can grab smoked peach crisp.
Location: 22651 WA-3, Belfair, WA 98528
Craving grilled and homemade pasta salads during your state park stay? Look no further than Casey Bar and Grille for its famous American comfort foods. From burgers and fries to chicken strips, buffalo chicken, and more, there's something for everyone. The restaurant's location is on Northeast State Route 3 in Belfair and a short drive from the state park.
Location: 24090NE, WA-3, Belfair, WA 98528
Seabeck pizza is located on the Hood Canal in Belfair, WA. They serve up a variety of Italian subs and pizza. Other popular menu items include salads and chicken wings.
Location: 23800 WA-3, Belfair, WA 98528
Belfair Valley Plaza
The Belfair Valley Plaza is located right in Belfair. It is the closest shopping plaza near the state park, making it the ideal place to restock your RV refrigerator. There are a variety of restaurants, a hair salon, a gas station, and more.
Location: 23961 WA-3, Belfair, WA 98528
East Towne Center
If shopping in thrift stores is your thing, you'll love the East Towne Center in Bremerton. A tanning salon, appliance store, and other retail stores are on-site. After you have finished your entire shopping list, you can grab a bite to eat at one of the restaurants.
Location: 4230 Wheaton Way, Bremerton, WA 98310
Perry Avenue Mall
Perry Avenue Mall is easy to get in and out of thanks to a wide parking area. The shopping mall is located in Bremerton. A grocery market, laundry facility, and fitness center are all available here.
Location: 2901 Perry Ave #11, Bremerton, WA 98310
The Riddell Square Shopping Center is right along Riddell Road just east of Wheaton Way. The shopping center consists of three-buildings filled with retail stores, a gym, and other businesses.
Location: 1736 NE Riddell Road, Bremerton, WA 98311
Mill Hill Plaza
Get all of your shopping completed in one place at Mill Hill Plaza in Port Orchard, WA. The plaza offers a variety of clothing shops, a pharmacy, grocery store, and more.
Location: 1488 Olney Street SE, Port Orchard, WA 98366
Destiny Harbor Tours is open regularly between June through October and by appointment during the other months of the year. It is on Gig Harbor, so there is plenty to do and see while you wait to take your tour. Right outside of Anthony's Restaurant is where the boat is docked to start the tour.
Location: 8829 North Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor, WA 98332
Dickson Creek Waterfall Trail
The Dickson Creek Waterfall Trail in Bremerton is a beautiful area to explore. It provides a short 2.3-mile hike where you can enjoy nature and wildlife. Pets are welcome to join in on all the nature fun.
Location: Bremerton, WA 98312
Argosy Cruises is located in Seattle. The cruise takes you on a 4.5-hour tour to Blake Island, where you can learn the culture, history, and traditions of the Northwest Native American tribes. Onboard the vessel, there are a variety of local snacks, a full-service bar, and restrooms. On the Island, there are way more things to do and see, including beaches.
Location: 1101 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101
If you love art and don't mind traveling for about an hour, head toward Bainbridge Island. The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art showcases the wonders of contemporary arts and crafts. There is no admission fee; however, during special events, you will be required to purchase a ticket to enter.
Location: 550 Winslow Way East, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Stop by this historical landmark and learn about the history of the Dalby waterwheel. Edwin Dalby used the waterwheel to generate electricity to his home and power up his woodworking equipment. The parking is limited at this Union, WA, location.
Location: 6940 WA-106, Union, WA 98592
How to Get to
Belfair State Park
From downtown Belfair, head northwest on WA-300 West for about three miles. Then, turn left into the state park.
From Shelton, head north on North 2nd Street to West Pine Street and turn right. Follow it for 1.7 miles and continue onto WA-3 North. Take WA-3 North for 21.8 miles and then turn left after Dairy Queen Grill & Chill. Turn left onto WA-300 West. Follow signs to the state park.
From Bremerton, take WA-3 to Northeast Old Clifton Road in Belfair and then head west on Seattle Bremerton Ferry Dock toward Burwell Street. Follow Burwell Street for about one mile before turning left onto North Callow Avenue, which turns slightly right and becomes WA-304 West Charleston Boulevard. Keep left at the fork and follow signs for WA-3 South Shelton and merge onto WA-3 South. Follow WA-300 to the state park.
Entering Belfair State Park
Belfair State Park opens daily from 6:30 a.m. until dusk in the summer months and 8:00 a.m. until dusk in the winter months.
Belfair State Park Per Vehicle (1-4 Adults) Per Day : $10.0
Belfair State Park Per Vehicle (1-4 Adults) Annually : $30.0
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