“protecting miles and shore line”
For thousands of marine species, these coastal waters are a safe haven. The marine environment and offshore islands are protected by three national wildlife refuges and Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary. The refuges manage the islands visible above high tide waters for 135 miles along the coast. Large nesting colonies ofbirds like common murres and tufted puffins need these rocky outposts. Campgrounds at Kalaloch and South Beach are the only places to camp on the southern coast of Olympic National Park. Kalaloch is open year-round, and has 175 campsites, four of which are wheelchair accessible. Make sure to reserve a site as early on in the year as possible, as they fill up quickly and most are booked throughout the summer. South Beach, just south of Kalaloch, has about 50 campsites and is open Memorial Day - late September.
Loved this area! Beautiful beach, enormous trees of driftwood.
Absolutely stunning. Came during the summer at sunset, and it was just as the other Roadtrippers say - breathtaking. Definitely worth the stop, even if you are short on time, please do it!
Great beach. Lots of logs to cross to get to the water, and a stream that can be quite large to cross if you want to wander north but it is all well worth it!
My favorite beach in the world, views are amazing, especially at sunset, and a great place to bring a loved one or beach loving pet
Got there at sunset...just...breathtaking
Very pretty and relaxing. There was so much drift wood it blocked the entrance and made it hard to get to the beach.
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