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Leadbetter Point State Park

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Stackpole Rd, Oysterville, WA 98640
+1 360-642-3078
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While driving to this state park we saw a large black bear right on the road! A local couple told... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2018
Allen H
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Lynden, Washington
Nice hiking

We were here in July after the 4th and were very impressed with the ease of the access trails, the... read more

Reviewed 21 June 2018
fido2007
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Vancouver, Washington
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Stackpole Rd, Oysterville, WA 98640
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"willapa bay"
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"loop trail"
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"discover pass is required"
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"excellent hike"
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"nice trail"
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"low tide"
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"long beach peninsula"
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"forest"
in 5 reviews
"dunes"
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"marsh"
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Reviewed 2 July 2018

While driving to this state park we saw a large black bear right on the road! A local couple told us that there is the largest concentration of bear in the smallest square mile area of Washington there. So we did not hike very far...More

Thank Allen H
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Reviewed 21 June 2018

We were here in July after the 4th and were very impressed with the ease of the access trails, the informational signs along the trail, and the beach access (watch your tide table and go at low tide) Lots and Lots of shells for the...More

1  Thank fido2007
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Reviewed 29 May 2018

Very nice trails from the parking lot to Willipa Bay to view the wild live and bird watching then follow the trail to the ocean and play in the dunes, beach and surf. But bring mosquito spray otherwise you will be eaten allive.

Thank Bernd G
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Reviewed 15 May 2018

This is a great walk to take if you are looking to escape the crowds on Bolstad beach. It is very scenic and serene and within 5 minutes of entering the park, I looked up and saw 2 bald eagles. Once again make sure you...More

1  Thank EpicGuy12
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Reviewed 13 May 2018

we traveled up to Leadbetter Point State Park from our hotel in Long Beach. signage seems to be an issue not only locating this place but also within the park. The trails are overgrown and muddy in places. dogs are allowed on some trails and...More

Thank marktS5189DV
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Reviewed 2 November 2017

We took about 4 mile walk around the Leadbetter Point State Park. We went to the east and walked along the peninsula, crossing the peninsula to the west (oceanside), walked .5 miles along the beach, and then cut back inland to the parking lot. It...More

Thank Don M
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Reviewed 16 September 2017

A Discover Pass is required to park at the trailhead. You have to purchase ahead of time; not available to purchase at the park. Starting at the parking lot at the end of the park road, we walked the bay front loop trail to the...More

1  Thank MSSQUID
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Reviewed 29 August 2017 via mobile

I was surprised at the diversity and beauty of this park. I arrived early and was the first hiker, taking the shorter loop trail. The landscape, vistas, silence, expanse of beach made me want to linger and return. I visited on a beautiful, sunny morning...More

Thank patty1sue
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Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

Any walk by the water is nice. This place offers nice walks at the tip of the penisula. We came at low tide, which I think is better because it allows views of the wetlands which normally aren't seen. Tip #1, a discover pass is...More

Thank Dave B
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Reviewed 7 April 2017 via mobile

Beautiful Drive on the Long Beach Peninsula to reach the park. Suggest taking the drive through old Oysterville on the way to or back. A must see spot while in the area. Is a different landscape but is all beautiful and worth seeing at least...More

1  Thank Dawnelle B
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Heather B
15 July 2018|
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Response from fido2007 | Reviewed this property |
Not at the park, but there are some in the RV park in Ocean Park about 6 miles from the trailhead. A discover pass is required to use the facilities and parking. Only $30 for a year pass which helps maintain the state parks... More
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LorraBiddle
19 May 2017|
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Response from abearfellow | Reviewed this property |
totally agree with the other writer. never saw a deposit box so go cough up the dollars for the discover pass just to be on the safe side. some parks have the box and the procedure for those is to put a check or $5... More
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