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Bottle Beach State Park

Olympic Peninsula

Location

Olympic Peninsula -- Pacific Coast
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Length

0.7 miles, one-way

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On the edge of the town of Ocosta, this park is one of Washington’s best for birding. In fact, it’s an official Washington State Birding Trail.  With 6,000 feet of shoreline and an ADA accessible trail, visitors can travel along the coast and keep an eye out for the numerous species that fill the air.

The trail is flat and has three viewing platforms. Dogs are not allowed and there is a privy at the trailhead.

 

Bottle Beach State Park

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 46.8931, -124.0409 Open map in new window

Trailhead

Olympic Peninsula -- Pacific Coast

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Getting There

From Aberdeen, head south on US 101 for about 0.5 mile, then continue straight onto WA-105 for 13.7 miles. After 13.7 miles, turn right into the parking lot. There is no obvious sign, but the parking area is visible from the highway. There is parking for a couple dozen cars and a privy.

Take Transit:


Grays Harbor transit route 70 stops at the Wildwood Trailer Park on WA-105, which is 1 mile from the trailhead.

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