The Olympic Peninsula and Washington Coast Sights



Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge

Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge Review

In fall and spring, this refuge, established in 1990, is a perfect place to observe the multitude of migrating shorebirds that visit the area. Keep your binoculars handy as you stroll along the 1,800-foot-long boardwalk, and make sure to stop at the visitor center's shop and bookstore.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Airport Way, west of Hoquiam via Hwy. 109 and Paulson Rd. Hoquiam, WA 98550
  • Phone: 360/753–9467
  • Cost: $3 per family
  • Hours: Park: daily dawn–dusk; visitor center: Wed.–Sun. 9–4
  • Website:
  • Location: Hoquiam
Updated: 05-10-2013

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