"North End of the Longest Beach" Leadbetter Point State Park by glabah

NOTE: As of July 1, 2011, a day use fee has been implemented at many Washington State parks. This fee is $10 per day, or a $30 fee for a year pass. There is a $5 fee in addition to the annual pass fee if purchased at one of the many resellers. Please see my Discover Pass tip for a little more about this. For a bit more about Washington State parks in general, please see my Washington State Parks tip.

At the far northern end of the Long Beach Peninsula, you will find Leadbetter Point State Park, and to the north of that the Leadbetter Point unit of the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge.

As this part of the National Wildlife Refuge is quite distant in terms of driving time from the rest of Willapa National Wildlife Refuge, I have included both of the Leadbetter Point features in this section.

  • Last visit to Leadbetter Point State Park: Sep 2009
  • Intro Updated Sep 8, 2011
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