Scenic Beach State Park

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Scenic Beach State Park is a loop trail located near Seabeck, Washington that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for birding, camping & nature trips and is accessible year-round.

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Rosanna Diggs (194)

3 Completed1 Reviews

We camped here for Father's Day Weekend, Fri - Sun.
Pros: amazing showers, clean facilities, friendly park rangers, firewood available, spaces are reservable, located near plenty of outdoor fun.
Cons: some sites very close to each other, lots of gravel to sleep on, on a noticeable slope, could hear Hwy 101 from our campsite 24 hours a day. This included the semis at 3:00 a.m. I've never seen a campground this noisy.
Recommendations: try to reserve a space in the 80's. We were in the 50's, and those are all near the road. We walked around and found the 80's have BEAUTIFUL views of the water, and we didn't really hear the road noise from there. Also, expect it to be colder than the forecasted weather - you're near the water! If you can't get a space in the 80's, consider bringing some ear plugs.
Yes, we would go back to this campground, but only if we get get one of the better sites. Otherwise, we may check out some of the other campgrounds in the area.
Happy Trails!

Samantha Vest (428)

9 Completed8 Reviews

We went to take our family for a scenic walk. This might be a good place for a picnic, but not much else. There's about a quarter mile of beach, and that's really it. No trail to speak of. I was a little surprised it required a discover pass.

Alan Bourne (93175)

656 Completed652 Reviews

This is a beautiful place. It makes a wonderfull part of an Olympic Penninsular loop of it is a nice day trip from Seattle or Tacoma.

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