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The Olympic coast is the northwest Pacific coast of Washington state - the western shore of the olympic peninsula. Shi Shi beach is at the very northern end. The Ozette area is just south of Shi Shi beach.
If you want to camp in the coastal region of Olympic National Park, familiarize yourself with the National Park and Indian Reservation regulations. Reservations are required in the summer for the Lake Ozette area. Summer is slightly "greener" and drier, but there are less people & more storms in winter (yes, storms are a "feature" of the coast).
Dungeness Spit

Dungeness Spit

January 01, 2017

Dungeness Spit is a sand bar extending about 4 miles into the Strait of Juan de Fuca. It is administered as the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge. Visitors can walk the entire length of the spit on the seaward side (the other side is reserved for wildlife) to a lighthouse at the end.

Pelagic Cormorant
Second Sunset
Window
Ruby Sunset
Beach Bubble
Bubbles
Gone Fishin'
Living in a Pool
Drifted
Morning Tide
Waves and Rocks
Rialto Morning
Nice
Yuck
Oystercatchers
Lonely Shores
Camp
Sunset Reflections
Silhouette
Land Mirrors Sky
 From One Planet to Another
Coasting
The Edge
Beachwalk
Sunset, Stacks and Sand
Point of the Arches
Anemone
Starfish
Olympic Morning
On the Boardwalk
Black-Tailed Deer
Second Beach
Stillness
Tatoosh Island
Bloom
Drifted In
Shifting Waters
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