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Scenic Beach State Park is a 0.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Seabeck, Washington that features a great forest setting 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.

Length 0.3 mi Elevation gain 3 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Camping

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Beach

Forest

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Karen Grubb
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Hiking

It's not really a hike but a pretty view and a fun place for the kids to play. Not stroller friendly.

Lucas Avery
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Hiking

Nothing for hiking but the view is amazing.

Amanda Richardson
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Hiking

Amazing view of the mountains and easy to walk around.

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Breanne Somach
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Hiking

No real hiking areas but AMAZING scenery.

Stephanie Murray
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Walking

4 stars just for the scenery. Not a place to do much walking/hiking. Great for a picnic or to just sit and enjoy the scenery.

Molly Young
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Definitely a nature walk v. a hike, but beautiful nonetheless! A great walk for kids and grownups just starting with trail walks. Changes from forest to beach. If you want a more challenging workout, hike up the hill and through the camping area. A great sunny morning walk, close to home!

Elena Tate
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Hiking

We did this about 3 years ago. It is a beautiful and exciting place. Ask a native what a gooyduck is. Not sure how to spell it but it is a large, clam-like shellfish that can be found here.

Linda Owl
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Absolutley Beautiful breath taking views.

Samantha Vest
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We went to take our family for a scenic walk. This might be a good place for a picnic, but not much else. There's about a quarter mile of beach, and that's really it. No trail to speak of. I was a little surprised it required a discover pass.

Alan Bourne
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Nature trips

This is a beautiful place. It makes a wonderfull part of an Olympic Penninsular loop of it is a nice day trip from Seattle or Tacoma.

Molly Magnifico
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Herb Partsch
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Benjamin Hanna
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Keaton Dible
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Hiking
Arley Bright
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Ramsey Finley
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Amanda Lewis
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Walking
Natalie T
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Ed M.
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Joslynn Watkins
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Nature trips
Mariana Cucereavii
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Dane Gainey
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Dan Stavola
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Dustin Miller
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Andrew Cole
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Walking
Gio Rizzo
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