Sunrise Resorts Copalis Beach Resort
14 Heath Road
Copalis Beach
(360) 289–4278

OPEN: Year-round

Note: All Sunrise Resort only accepts factory manufactured RV's. This means no bus conversions, tiny homes or park models.

Peak Dates: June 1 through September 30

If you’re looking for a relaxing outdoor-oriented vacation, you’re sure to enjoy your stay at Sunrise Resorts’ Copalis Beach on Washington state’s beautiful Pacific Coast.     With its location on one of the Northwest’s finest razor clam beaches, the resort is centrally located for beachcombing, surf and deep-sea fishing, steelhead fishing in the Copalis River, golfing, horseback riding, hunting, and a wide variety of other recreational activities.     


Just to the south, on the sandy peninsula between Grays Harbor and the Pacific Ocean, is the popular resort city of Ocean Shores. Be sure to stop at the Environmental Interpretive Center to see the displays of native fish, birds, flora, fauna, and exhibits concerning the history of the peninsula and Grays Harbor. If an excursion on the water is to your liking, you’ll want to visit the marina, where charter fishing trips and a daily passenger ferry to Westport are available during the summer.     


If you choose to ferry to Westport, visit the Westport Maritime Museum where exhibits depict life in a coastal fishing port. South of town, you’ll find a series of fishing villages along an 18-mile unspoiled beach ideal for clam digging, crabbing, kite-flying, whale watching, or waiting for the salmon and tuna fishing boats to come ashore.     Inland from Grays Harbor and around Hoquiam, you’ll find acres of timberland that are the source of the area’s prime export, forest products. Stop in Hoquiam to see the Seventh Street Theatre (circa 1927-28), a pictorial history of the region at the F.  Arnold Polson Park and Museum, and the turreted Hoquiam Castle with its antique furnishings.     


Just to the east on Highway 101 is Aberdeen, named for its Scottish counterpart. Take a tour of the Grays Harbor Historical Seaport, once a shipyard and lumber mill. Here you’ll see a replica of the ship Capt. Robert Gray sailed when he explored the coastal region and claimed the Oregon territory in 1792.

Amenities: This resort offers a clubhouse, tetherball, arcade game room, salt water swimming, salt water fishing, horseshoes, volleyball, teen room, puzzle room, laundry, playground, recreation room, cable TV, clam cleaning station, and 24-hour security. Dump station.

Check out: Noon

Check out: Noon

Full Sites: 73

Maximum Electrical: 50 amps

Max RV Length: 40'

No Pets in Rentals

Rentals: Trailers, sleep 4, Park Models, sleep 4

Check in: 3 PM

Check out: 11 AM

Rental Notes: Holidays $10 more



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Directions: From I-5, go west from Olympia on the Aberdeen Freeway. Go through Aberdeen and Hoquiam on St, Hwy. 109 to Copalis Beach (21 miles past Hoquiam). Turn left on Heath Rd. to the resort on the beach.

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