This state park is about 80 acres with about 1,200 feet of ocean frontage. It has a parking lot that holds 132 parking spots and seven RV sites. There are also clean bathrooms and showers if anyone cares.
I came here in September and it was quite warm. It said 59 degrees on my phone but as you can see, I was walking around in a tank top on the beach. You will need your Discovery Park so don’t forget to bring it. If not, you can get one for $10/day or $30/year.
This isn’t an off leash park but the beach was huge, we walked down to an empty spot and the dogs got to run around for a while. We never ran into anyone at all. Awesome way to spend our Sunday. This is a popular surfing destination but they seem to stay in one area so we felt like we had the whole beach to ourselves. We did stick around to watch the surfers for a bit, we don’t get to see too many surfers in Washington so it was super entertaining for me. I didn’t take any pictures of them because I didn’t want to be a creeper.