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It's a rocky beach along an inlet of the sound, good for skipping stones or wading in with float toys. Picnic tables are above the beach near the playground, restrooms, and parking. There is plenty of shade both on the beach and above. It is...More
Took my wife and 3 daughters here for a wedding.
We'd definitely come back on our one some time.
Important Note: We stayed in Site 2, and there was a big tree that took up space where the tent goes, and so our new 10-person...More
Scenic Beach state park is well worth the 10 mile drive off Hwy 3! For years we just passed by the exit to this park, while traveling to the Olympic Peninsula. We were in awe at the majestic scenery, the beautiful campground and quiet beauty,...More
We rented a pavilion for a reunion. The pavilion is large with 6 picnic tables under the pavilion and several out side of the pavilion. There was a large grill for out use also.We brought a bucket and soap to wash off tables,, they were...More
I went to Scenic Beach, on Thursday it became my favorite place in the world besides my home. It was beautiful, I love that there is a playground for kids and bathrooms. The bathrooms actually look nice.
A bit prejudiced as this is actually in our backyard, a five minute walk from our home. Perfect place for a stroll on well maintained trails through the rhododendron, firs and hanging moss. Check the tide charts and enjoy wandering the rock beach. Bring a...More
Response from SeattleMeadowlark | Reviewed this property |
I would say yes. I know the park is wheelchair accessible. I can't say for sure, but the vast majority of WA State Parks have some form of handicapped accessiblity and always at least one campsite reserved for handicapped... More
I would say yes. I know the park is wheelchair accessible. I can't say for sure, but the vast majority of WA State Parks have some form of handicapped accessiblity and always at least one campsite reserved for handicapped.
If you mean, is the BEACH wheelchair accessible...um, probably not.