A Riverside RV Park in Grays Harbor, Washington

News & Events

Highway Detour! (2022 July)

Hoquiam River RV Park is open! The city has shut down Lincoln Street (Highway 101) for six weeks, to update pipes and sewers. There are detour signs at the 109 bypass and near Emerson Avenue. However, you can still get to the park.

If you’re heading north, take Emerson Avenue (Highway 109) to the 109 spur/bypass, pass the detour sign and head south over the bridge. You’ll find us the first left after the bridge.

If you’re heading south, continue straight over the bridge, passing the detour sign. Then take the next left.

Heading north

Trout Season 2022 Now Open

The Washington trout season begins in April, and hundreds of lakes will have catchable trout stocked.

The Department of Fish and Wildlife stocks lakes throughout the year. Since the end of March, over 5,300 trout have been planted within lakes and ponds in Grays Harbor County.

View a list of water access areas around Grays Harbor here –

The easiest way to get started is to purchase your fishing license online (https://fishhunt.dfw.wa.gov/login) or at a local dealer (https://wdfw.wa.gov/licenses/dealers).

Hoquiam River RV Park provides easy access to rivers and lakes for trout fishing around Grays Harbor. At the park, you can enjoy 500 feet of natural riverfront. Public fishing and boat launch can be found on the East Fork Hoquiam River (https://wdfw.wa.gov/places-to-go/water-access-sites/30205).

Razor Clam & Seafood Festival

Celebrate all things seafood at the Razor Clam and Seafood Festival! Enjoy live music, activities for the kids and a bit of shopping too. Crab dinners and booths are available each day of the festival.

Dates: March 18-March 20, 2022

Location –
Ocean Shores Convention Center
120 West Chance A La Mer Ave, Ocean Shores

For more info, pricing and schedules, visit the festival website here –

Razor Clam Digs, January and February 2022

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced 26 tentative days of razor clam digs in January and February. The daily limit has reverted to 15 clams, regardless of size or condition.

Razor clams are found primarily on the coastal beaches (those that are exposed at low tide), including Copalis Beach, Ocean Shores, Twin Harbors and Grayland.

See the Fish and Wildlife website for the most up-to-date information:

Hoquiam River RV Park is open year-round (including razor clam season!) with convenient access to area beaches and rivers.