The 7 Best Uncrowded Beach Campsites

The 7 Best Uncrowded Beach Campsites
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While most beaches don’t allow camping, if you know where to look, you’ll find quiet places to pitch a tent right on the sand. The best parts of beach camping are the sounds of crashing waves lulling you to sleep and morning strolls along the shoreline at low tide. As state and national park campgrounds start to reopen, here’s where to go to find empty campsites with ocean views. Best for Surfers La Push, Washington Sleep on the beach at La Push, on the west coast of the Olympic Peninsula, which is accessed via a four-hour journey from Seattle that involves a ferry ride and a scenic drive. Camping is allowed on Second Beach and Third Beach, both within Olympic National Park, but before visiting, you’ll need to pick up a wilderness permit ($8 per person per night, plus a $6 permit fee) from a ranger station and review the tide and weather conditions. For hardy surfers, there’s a well-known beach brea.... Continue Reading at Outside Online

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