Leadbetter Point Trail

EASY 3 reviews

Leadbetter Point Trail is a 7.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Ocean Park, Washington that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

7.8 miles 82 feet Out & Back







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From Long Beach, north 18 miles on Highway 103 to Leadbetter Point State Park. The route passes through Oysterville and is well signed. The trailhead is at the end of the road within the Leadbetter Point State Park.

1 year ago

2 years ago

This hike was a blast! Four of us hiked in knee and thigh deep water for a mile in and then a mile out on the yellow trail. We had to climb over fallen trees and and lots of mud. The beach had lots of cool shells but also a lot of trash. Not a family friendly hike.

4 years ago

(july 2nd 2012)This is a trail you want to do barefoot for a few reasons it's a soft trail with sand and pine needles, but there was puddles knee deep, to be fair there was a lot of rain the last few days. Definitely bring skeeter spray with a high percentage of deet. But this hike was awesome we saw deer, porcupines and a black bear. All in all it was a good day. The beach was full of shells and no one was around, so that made it nice. Highly recommended!