7 Must-See Washington Coast Attractions

Although only a few small towns are scattered along the Washington coast, this almost adds to its appeal, leaving just you and wonderful nature.

You could spend weeks along this stretch of shoreline and still not see it all, so here are a few highlights to get you started.

Hole in the Wall Trail

The Washington Coast is littered with hiking trails, all of which give you some incredible views of the raging ocean and unique rock formations.

Visit Ruby Beach

Ruby Beach sits right in Olympic National Park, so you know you are in for a real treat. Sure, it might be in a remote location, but we think that this adds to its appeal.

Surf the Washington Coast

The most well-known surf spot is Westport, and although it is not the most scenic area, the man-made long rock jetties make for some consistent surf.

Cape Disappointment State Park

It is one of Washington’s most popular state parks. There are views for days, superb beaches, two lighthouses, the remains of a fort, forests to hike, and a campsite!

Whale Watching

The Washington coast offers some of the best whale watching opportunities in the US.

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