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Sequim Bay State Park, Sequim
(4.4/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
Sequim Bay State Park is a 92acres Washington state park that sits within the Sequim rain shadow on the Olympic Peninsula in Clallam County. The park has over of shoreline on Puget Sound and offers picnicking, camping, hiking, boating, swimming, clam digging, crabbing, athletic fields, beachcombing, birdwatching, interpretive activities, and horseshoes.
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TripAdvisor
  • We went here to do some fall hiking. Discovered there really aren't any trails here except the discovery trail that passes through the park. There are good campsites for tents and rv's with hook ups. ...  more »
  • The campground itself is great. It has gorgeous waterfront views, clean bathrooms, and walking trails to explore the bay. The only downside for me was that it is right off the main road and i really d...  more »
  • This state park on Discovery Bay is easily found on the route between Port Townsend and Sequim, WA. Entrance off the main highway, which is filled with RVs is easy to find. The walks through the fores...  more »
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  • Beachfront and dock access, variety of campsites. Wish a few volunteers would not be hostile towards dog owners: Immediately after I pulled in a parking spot I opened my door and my 35lb. gentle beagle hopped out and was griped at by a volunteer because I didn't get a chance to put his leash on (again, very docile dog and nobody else was around except the volunteers in their noisy, polluting ATV). Volunteers need to be smart enough to make decisions based on situations, not by the book. If I had a vicious breed that was lunging towards them I could understand being scalded, but not in this case.
  • Tiny clean State park. Trees go right up to the ocean. Discovery Trail; great for running, biking, walking. Small, quaint. Beautiful views.
  • We love this campground. Lovely views, big trees, very quiet, considering how close to hiway 101. The gentle hiking path, the Olympic Discovery Trail, wanders thru it.
  • Beautiful scenery, nice camp ground and facilities. Little loud at night though.
  • Awesome place that's open year round.