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.

Always nice, trails in great shape

It was perfect for just a nice couple hour stroll with the dogs and was right next to the beach too! Perfect elevation gain for a jaunt through the woods, and beautiful to boot. Also not too busy so that's a plus!

hiking
11 days ago

on Dash Point Trail

hiking
11 days ago

An easy and restful trail right outside Tacoma. Fairly convenient if you live in the area but not worth going far out of your way

hiking
13 days ago

This wasn't bad, especially for its proximity to the port and industrial area. I can say that I smelled it though constantly. The most irritating thing was that this trail has tons of bikers on the routes. I almost got run over on at least 4 occasions in one hike. This may be a good place to mountain bike, not so much to hike. The campgrounds were mediocre too. I am a hammock camper so I was disappointed that there were not many sites suitable for this. Beach area was kinda dirty. Not sure what the attraction is here but I won't be coming back.

hiking
19 days ago

This is a great Park. The trails are well-maintained and not too difficult. The issue we had was there there are too many small (most less than 1/2 mile) trails connected and not one large loop labeled. We spent too much time checking maps at each fork, trying to determine which way we should go that didn't lead us back to our car.

nature trips
1 month ago

Beautiful park. Nice hiking seems like a decent size. Theres a 10$ fee and/or a Discover pass?

walking
1 month ago

walking
1 month ago