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My wife and I walked along the trails of tall grass and dunes before finding a spot to simply ford across the creek and get on the beach. The winds were blustery but the tide was low, so my wife was able to find some...More
There is no crowded at this place. Is out of beaten path and you can find here solitude. It is not large and not developed so it feels very intimate here. Great view of the Pacific from the grassy dunes. At parking spot you have...More
The State Park is a little difficult to locate but it does have a large parking lot. The 'Trails' that lead to the beach really could use some extensive cleanup. Lots of trash and evidence of some dumping. The upper portion of the beach also...More
If you have visited any of the beaches along this stretch, this area is not much different: seagulls, dunes, kites. There is a kinda cool river/creek feeder to the ocean here, and you can walk an hour (or maybe more?) from here to Copalis Rocks...More
This beach is totally worth the walk in! We are a group of 7 adults & 6 kids aged 10 months to 13 yrs. We arrived, paid for our pass, used the restrooms & immediately took the wrong path. There are a few paths you...More
This is a 1 1/2 mile beach. Beautiful sand, lots of shells. You enter and park near 10 picnic tables with water and restrooms. To get to the beach go farther down the road and take first left, wide path of sand and follow for...More