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Explore The 10 Best Parks Near Seabrook, WA

Enjoy a Day at the Park During Your Seabrook Vacation

The gorgeous Seabrook, WA area attracts travelers worldwide to our town and our Seabrook Hospitality vacation rentals. Our charming town is like a dream come true, built to support a strong community and harmony with nature with endless outdoor recreation. Meticulous attention to detail has made Seabrook a sustainable and walkable community perfect for visiting or full-time living. 

The natural beauty of the Washington Coast is like no place else on Earth, making a day at the park a lovely activity to enjoy during your Seabrook vacation. Check out our list of some of the amazing parks nearby to explore!

Explore The 10 Best Parks Near Seabrook, WA

  1. Pacific Beach State Park

Nestled by the Pacific Ocean shore is this lovely state park a few minutes away from Seabrook. This is an excellent spot for hosting dreamy bonfires and picnics. Some other popular activities include clamming and fishing.

  1. Seabrook’s Mountain Biking Park

Did you know you can go mountain biking right in Seabrook’s backyard? With trails suitable for all skill levels and an exciting expansion schedule in place, there’s something for everyone in Seabrook’s bike park where ocean air meets the forest.

  1. Ocean City State Park

This beautiful state park is located around 14 miles from Seabrook. It is attached to the North Bay Natural Area Preserve, which contains some of the most high-quality freshwaters on the Washington Coast. You can also head to the Coastal Interpretive Center to learn about the history and culture of the Washington Pacific Coast.

  1. Bottle Beach State Park

This park is a little bit of a drive from Seabrook and will take you on an hour-long journey to get here. If you enjoy bird watching, it’s worth it! In the spring, this park hosts over a million migratory birds. More than 130 different species of birds can be found at the park. All these great bird-watching opportunities have earned this park’s trail the distinction of being an official Washington State Birding Trail.

  1. Grayland Beach State Park

This is a popular park to visit for a day of flying kites or surfing the waves. Different trails loop around the campground, allowing peaceful and leisurely walks around the park. This park is a bit far from Seabrook but can be an excellent place to stop if you find yourself in the area.

  1. Griffiths Priday State Park

Located a short drive from Seabrook is this gorgeous state park with 8,316 feet of saltwater shoreline along the Pacific Ocean and 9,950 feet of freshwater shoreline along the Copalis River. Some popular activities include clamming, fishing, hiking trails, bird watching, mountain biking, and watching wildlife.

  1. Twin Harbors State Park

The trails at this park and beach shore provide ample opportunity for long walks through sand dunes and tunnels of shore pines. The Shifting Sands Trail goes through a shore pine forest and has signs along the way that tell an interpretive story. It is about half a mile long.

  1. Westport Light State Park

This park is in the same area as Grayland Beach State Park, Twin Harbors State Park, and Bottle Beach State Park, so you can visit them all on a fun day trip. This is a popular park for surfing in the area. If you’d like to learn how to surf, you can check out Bigfoot Surf School here. The Westport Maritime Museum is also nearby.

  1. Cape Disappointment State Park

This is the furthest park away from Seabrook on this list, but it boasts a lot of history and culture. The park will be about a 2-hour drive from Seabrook. You can learn about the U.S. Corps of Volunteers for Northwest Discovery attempt led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark when you visit the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center.

  1. Olympic National Park

This glorious state park protects several different ecosystems, including glacier-capped mountains, old-growth temperate rainforests, and over 70 miles of wild coastline. It also preserves thousands of years of human history. There’s so much to explore at this thrilling state park near Seabrook. This is one of the most popular parks along the Washington Coast, just a little under an hour’s drive from Seabrook. 

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