Sunset Bay State Park
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Sunset Bay offers beach access as well as opportunities for camping, yurt stays, picnicking, fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, and wildlife watching.
A public golf course is located next to the park and the nearby fishing village of Charleston provides opportunities for crabbing, clamming and fishing.
Only a short walk from the beach, the campground has sites for tent camping and RV’s, as well as cozy and comfortable yurts. Yurts are domed tents with structural support, a plywood floor, lockable wooden door, lights, heating, and beds with mattresses.
Day-use and picnic facilities are located along the bay to allow easy access for beachcombing, fishing, swimming, and boating.
A network of hiking trails connects Sunset Bay with nearby Shore Acres and Cape Arago State Parks. Hiking these trails will give you a chance to experience pristine coastal forests, seasonal wildflowers and spectacular ocean vistas from atop the rugged cliffs and headlands. From points along the trail, you?ll be treated to views of Gregory Point and the Cape Arago
Vital stats: The campground offers 29 full hookup sites, 34 electrical sites, and 72 tent sites(maximum site 47 feet). There are also 8 yurts, 11 group tent sites and a hiker/biker camp.
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