Dash Point State Park is a 398-acre camping park with 3,301 feet of saltwater shoreline on Puget Sound. The beach provides unobstructed views of the Sound and excellent opportunities for sea-life study.
Lisa G. on Dash Point Trail
Always an amazing day to bring the pups for a trail run!
bearded h. on Dash Point Trail
Great day hike on well maintained trails. There are several trail options (many quite short) but almost all crossroads are clearly marked with the trail names. Accurate trail maps with "you are here" indicators are dispersed throughout the main trails. Take a picture of the trail map at the trailhead for reference when in doubt. Some areas could potentially be quite muddy during rainy seasons. No breath taking lookout views here, but several winding paths by creeks in a peaceful forest setting.
As a new hiker trying to get in shape I choose this "easy" trail. Let me tell you- it has a lot of incline and was not easy. I would rate it moderate. Also, the trails were not marked very well and there are a ton of options. Take a map or this app to stay on the requested trail.