Long Beach Boardwalk - Kites flying high and expansive beach views from this 1/2 mile boardwalk, a short walk from downtown Long Beach.
Pacific Pines State Park - Miles of beaches on this unspoiled Pacific coastline. Day Use
Leadbetter Point State Park - At the northern tip of the Long Beach Peninsula with miles of beaches and acres of wildlife habitat. Part of the Willapa Wildlife Refuge, the park is home to over 100 species of birds. One of the most pristine estuaries, clam and crab harvesting is available year round.
Grayland Beach State Park - 7500 feet of ocean frontage offering great camping, fishing, beach recreation areas.
Ocean City State Park - 1 mile north of popular Ocean Shores, this beautiful camping park with beaches, dunes and shore pine is a summer favorite.
Griffiths-Priday State Park is a beautiful day use area with ocean and Copalis River frontage and is home to the Copalis Spit wildlife refuge.
Pacific Beach State Park - 2,300 feet of saltwater shoreline. Popular clam digging and camping park with view of the ocean.
Rialto Beach is an entry point for some 55 miles of wilderness coastline protected by Olympic National Park. Camping, hiking and naturalist tours available.
First, Second and Third Beaches of Olympic National Park provide scenic views, driftwood, tide pools and wildlife viewing.
Sequim Bay State Park sits on the shores of the Strait of Juna de Fuca with nearly 5,000 feet of tidelands. Offers camping, picnicking, fishing, boating, clamming, scuba diving, field and group sports, tennis, and hiking.
Dosewallips State Park on the Hood Canal offers both salt and fresh water activities, camping, and lots of campground services.
Potlatch State Park - Summer camping at this pretty park on the Hood Canal and a great spot for fun from scuba diving to kite flying to clamming.