Scenic Beach State Park is a public recreation area covering 121 acres (49 ha) along Hood Canal in Kitsap County, Washington. After the area's twenty-year career as an auto camp ended in 1959, the state purchased the site in 1963, opening it as state park in 1975. The park has 1,500 feet (460 m) of shoreline and activities that include picnicking, camping, boating, diving, fishing, and swimming.Add Scenic Beach State Park to your Seabeck travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Seabeck day trip planning tool.
Scenic Beach State Park reviews
This is one of my favorite places on the planet. It is so beautiful and peaceful. The trees are majestic and provide shade and keeps the area cool. The water is peaceful and serene. The beach is made of rocks so it is not a traditional beach. The view from the beach is fantastic. The mountain range is impressive and dominates the skyline. This is a great escape from daily life.
Loved it. Beautiful views, great rocky beach with lots of wildlife. Between the beach and parking is a great wooded area with play equipment, volleyball beach, picnic tables and bathrooms. There's also camping allowed here. All in all a great place to go for a morning, afternoon, day or weekend.
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