Washington State Parks with access to the Seashore Conservation Area

The Seashore Conservation Area (SCA) was established in 1967 to provide and preserve recreational use on Washington’s coast for generations to come—representing a significant moment in the history of maritime conservation for Washington State. The SCA comprises 62 miles of the state’s coastline between Cape Disappointment at the mouth of the Columbia River (outside of the Maritime Washington National Heritage Area) and the southern boundary of the Quinault Indian National Reservation north of Moclips. Many consider this stretch to be some of the last unspoiled seashore remaining in the United States. Numerous Washington State Parks provide public access to the SCA, including Westport Light, Twin Harbors, Grayland Beach, Pacific Beach, Griffiths-Priday, and Ocean City State Parks, as well as many Ocean Beach Access (OBA) areas.
Website: parks.wa.gov/1160/Seashore-Conservation-Area

View on main map...

Zip codeVaries