- Go birding in an area rich with shore and marine birds
- Walk along the spit and explore the tide pool animals
- Enjoy a relaxing picnic by the water
What can I see and do at Clallam Bay Spit County Park?
- Birdwatching: At the area where the Clallam River empties into the Strait, the waters are nutrient-rich and attract a variety of birds including osprey and eagles as well as other shore and marine birds. Photo taking opportunities are many!
- Walking: Many visitors to the park head out to the Clallam Spit where they can walk along the sand and gravel beach for more than a mile and enjoy views of the water. Slip Point, just to the east, is a great place to view abundant sea life and tide pool animals.
- Picnicking: A small picnic area is available for those who want to stop and enjoy a meal here. A full-service restroom is located nearby.
Where is Clallam Bay Spit County Park?
From Port Angeles, take 101 West to right on WA-112. The entrance to the county park is located between Milepost (MP) 17 - 16 off Highway 112, in the town of Clallam Bay.
How much does Clallam Bay Spit County Park cost?
There is no cost to explore this park.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
For more information about this park, call Clallam County Parks at 360-417-2291.