Cama Beach State Park is a year-round water-front beach site and more. It felt like a community center only.... out of doors. The facilities are fairly new. The bathrooms are kept clean. The parking lots include a shuttle service and they have a tiny little grocery store with a historic gas pump where they sell groceries, firewood, propane and sometimes their catering services. I have a picture of the gas pump that I will post ASAP.
Its like a quaint little summer-city from the 30's complete with rental cabins that are reasonably priced - especially for the nice condition that they are in. Check out Cama's prices and photos of their cabins here. There weren't any waves on the beach but the water looked clean and clear. Cama is connected to Camano Island State Park (134 acres) by a 1 mile trail. I think that adds up to 567 acres of fun.