Ruby Beach Trail is a 1.4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Forks, WA that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Beach 1 provides a quick hike out to seastacks, driftwood logs, and a perfect lagoon for skipping stones. A quick stroll along this beach will show great examples of the shoreline in Olympic National Park. There are towering seastacks, piles of driftwood logs, and an amazing array of wave-polished stones of all colors.
Beautiful trail and beach. We typically see eagles nesting and hunting. Lots of marine life on the rocks in the shallow pools. This place is tranquil and so peaceful.
Beautiful! The dogs had an easy time of it as well.
Great beach, fun for kids to play and explore.
Owesome place #rubybeach
Beautiful beach! Take good shoes though...climbing over the driftwood was difficult in flip flops. :)
Beautiful Beach, easy to get to some formations as opposed to some other beaches, definitely worth the time, Can be crowded
Easy hike down to the beach. Once on the beach you can choose how far you want to hike to the stacks. Foggy in the evening when I was there
This place made me feel like I was in a different world. Amazing!
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Very short hike (more a path) to the beach. Beach had tons of driftwood to cross but wasn't hard. Cool surf and rocks...
This trail is well worn and takes you to the beach. The beach with all the rocks both in and out of the water was very different that what I am used to on the east coast. Very chilly even in June.
Easy but amazing view of the coastline. Definitely need a coat but the view and sunset makes it well worth it.
The trail isn't much, the real fun is the beach. Some good tide pools and perfect sand for walking. Really easy to go far enough away from the crowd to explore and let your dog off leash, no one really cares. Had a good time.
Wow, I guess being from a land locked state that is what I can say. This beach is divine.