2733 State Route 109
Ranger Station: (360) 289-3504
Address above is not to be used for mail delivery to members.
Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Washington coast, this oceanfront preserve offers miles of sandy beach. Sporting enthusiasts will welcome the opportunity to go surf fishing, swimming or horseback riding. Guests seeking a little rest and relaxation will enjoy walking along the beach, flying a kite or digging for clams. For those seeking a little more action, this preserve has convenient access to mopeds, bumper cars, dune buggies, gocarts, charter boats, golf courses, bike rentals and the Quinault Beach Casino. Local natural resources include the Olympic National Forest and Lake Quinault.
Campsites: 52 power/water only, 16 power/water/cable, 4 power/water/sewer, 10 tent sites.
Rentals: 2 pet trailers, 10 regular nonpet trailers.
Badminton, beach access, clam digging, clubhouse, Ethernet access, hiking trail, horse corrals, horseshoe pits, free movies, ocean frontage, playground, surf fishing, swimming beach, volleyball court, Wi-Fi access.
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GPS Coordinates: N 47° 04' 42.79" W 124° 10' 1.95"; elevation is 12 feet.
From I-5: Take the Aberdeen/Ocean Beaches exit south of Olympia. Go through Aberdeen. In Hoquiam, take Hwy. 109 south to the preserve, about 19 miles. Oceana Preserve is on the left, the ocean side.
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