"Trails Along Bay and Picnic Areas by Protected Bay" Sequim Bay State Park by glabah

Sequim Bay State Park Travel Guide: 0 reviews and 3 photos

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.

Sequim Bay is one of the best protected bays around, as the bay is nearly completely enclosed within the grip of Gibson Spit and Travis Spit.

Sequim Bay State Park is right on the bay, and features camping (tent, RV, and boat) and picnic spaces (some with shelters, and some with barbecue pits).

There are several trails in the park, the longest of which is the pathway built on the old Port Townsend to Port Angeles railroad right of way.

See the Sequim Bay State Park part of the web site at Washington State Parks for more information.

  • Last visit to Sequim Bay State Park: Aug 2009
  • Intro Updated Sep 8, 2011
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