Pacific Coast in Olympic National Park

The park’s wild coastline features both easy-access beaches and remote wilderness.

At its southern end, South Beach, Kalaloch Beach, and Ruby Beach are just off the road; Kalaloch also has a store, lodge, and campground, and South Beach has a small campground.

Farther north, Rialto Beach lies just beyond Mora Campground and is a jumping-off point for wilderness hikes heading north.

At the northern end, the Ozette area has a campground and hiking trails to the beach, and Shi Shi Beach attracts surfers and backpackers.

On of the favorite pastimes on the Olympic coast is to explore tide pools, but be aware of the tides to insure a safe route home.