On the former site of a Native American fishing village, the 33-acre Clallam Bay Spit, where eagles and osprey can be found feeding on the sand, attracts beachcombers, fishers, and divers. The 4-acre Pillar Point Fishing Camp to the east has campsites and a boat ramp. Dress warmly: Pysht Bay takes its name from a S'Klallam term meaning "where the wind blows from all directions." Amenities: toilets. Best for: walking; solitude; sunset.
Off Hwy. 112 at Clallam Bay and Pysht Bay, Sekiu, Washington, 98381, United States