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Copalis Beach Park (National/State/Provincial)

You can hike or ride horses in this 364-acre marine park stretching more than a mile along both the Pacific Ocean and the Copalis River. A boardwalk crosses low dunes to the broad, flat beach. The Copalis Spit section of the park is a designated wildlife refuge for thousands of snowy plover and other birdlife. There is no camping at this park, but there's plenty of picnicking, bird-watching, mountain biking, fishing, clamming, kite flying, and beachcombing.

Park (National/State/Provincial) Beach Trail

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3119 Hwy. 109
Copalis Beach, Washington  98569, USA

360-902–8844

www.parks.wa.gov/parks

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: Day pass $10 per vehicle; annual Discovery Pass $30 (valid at all state parks), Daily dawn–dusk

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