What to do in Sequim Bay State Park

Sequim Bay State Park covers 91 acres with 4,909 feet of tidelands. Boating facilities include 424 feet of saltwater moorage space, six mooring buoys, a boat-launch ramp and a Port a-potty dump station.

Facility use is first come, first served, with continuous moorage limited to three consecutive nights. The park is part of the Marine Parks and Boat Moorage system. Fees are not currently charged. Call (360) 753-5771 for a fee update, as all fees are subject to change.

Other park amenities include 2.5 miles of hiking trails and 2 miles of roadway.

Camping facilities include 26 utility campsites, 60 standard campsites, three primitive sites, a reservable group camp, 53 picnic sites, 3 kitchen shelters and six comfort stations. In addition, the environmental learning center includes eight Adirondack shelters and a large kitchen and dining hall. Sequim Bay State Park is part of the Campsite Reservation System.

Camping, picnicking, fishing, boating, clamming, scuba diving, beach walking, marine life study, field and group sports, tennis, hiking, flora study, and bird watching are some of the activities enjoyed in the park.

Sequim Bay State Park is located in Clallam County on Highway 101 just four miles southwest of the Town of Sequim.

The climate in this area is influenced by both the Olympic Mountains and the bodies of water that surround the area. It is generally a marine climate, mild and temperate, with the Pacific Ocean moderating temperatures throughout the year.

Winters are cool, cloudy and rainy. Maximum winter temperatures are in the mid- to high 40s with minimum temperatures in the mid 30s. Summers are warm and relatively dry with maximum and minimum temperatures in the mid 60s and low 50s, respectively. This area averages 26 inches of precipitation per year.

269035 Highway 101
Sequim, WA 98382

Phone: 360-683-4235

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