Clallam Bay Spit County Park in Washington

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Clallam Bay Spit County Park

The Clallam Bay Spit County Park and Community Beach provides access to the waters of the Clallam River and Strait of Juan de Fuca and is an excellent location for birdwatching, picnicking, or just enjoying the scenery. Read More

  • 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.