- Put up your tent or go RV camping at this waterfront park
- Hike the 2.5 miles of trails that include park of the Olympic Discovery Trail
- Try your hand at clamming and oystering
- Take advantage of the ball fields and horseshoe pits at this park
- Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy a meal by the water
What can I see and do at Sequim Bay State Park?
- Camping: This park offers 49 tent spaces and 15 utility spaces, with a few in the hook-up loop that can accommodate RVs up to 45 feet. The dry, forested loops can accommodate RVs that reach up to 30 feet. There are also three restrooms and three showers onsite, one of each that is handicapped-accessible. Reservations are accepted for year-round camping.
- Hiking: There are 2.5 miles of hiking/walking trails at Sequim Bay State Park. This includes a portion of the paved Olympic Discovery Trail. The trails are easy to travel and are suitable for all ages and ability levels.
- Boating: Boats and other personal watercraft seem to flock to this sunny, dry park where they can sail on the saltwaters of Sequim Bay. There is also 424 feet of moorage space and a boat launch on site. Daily watercraft launching permits must be purchased for day use.
- Clamming/Oystering: As in many of the coastal state parks on the Olympic Peninsula, you can go both clamming and oystering here at Sequim Bay. Look for both butter and littleneck clams during May and June in the harvest area south from the boat ramp to the dock. Also check out the designated oyster enhancement plots up and down the beach if you’re interested in nabbing some oysters.
- Picnicking: 20 sheltered and 15 unsheltered picnic tables are available for day use and are well maintained. Some can be reserved.
- Land Sports: This lovely park also boasts a baseball field, softball field, basketball court, and horseshoe pits. You’ll also find swings and other playground equipment near the picnic areas.
Where is Sequim Bay State Park?
The park is located about 3 miles southeast of downtown Sequim. From Port Angeles, drive east on Highway 101 for about 22 miles. Look for signs for the park.
What does Sequim Bay State Park cost?
There is no charge to enter the park. Camping costs vary from season to season.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
For more information, call 360-902-8844.