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Dash Point State Park

Federal Way, WA
+1 253-661-4955
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So much Beach!

In the morning, when the low tide is out, it is digging time. Clam digging for some, and the rest... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Seattle, Washington
Terrific Outing

A wonderful place to wile away a few hours, or a couple days. Walking out across the beach at low... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Ed S
Seattle, Washington
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Federal Way, WA
+1 253-661-4955
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Reviewed 1 week ago

In the morning, when the low tide is out, it is digging time. Clam digging for some, and the rest just dig for fun. The beach stretches out and you have plenty of room. As the day gets warmer people come in at a steady...More

Thank ClineFam
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A wonderful place to wile away a few hours, or a couple days. Walking out across the beach at low tide here is amazing. It goes on and on seemingly forever. The trails around the park a varied and many. Camping is available .

Thank Ed S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This park is obviously very old and is rundown. The bathrooms, in the RV area, at least the ladies, is beautiful. It looks like it's just been remodeled. You need tokens to take a shower and it's $.50 for three minutes. The RV campsites, for...More

Thank pfrary
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nice walk in shady forest in the summer. Can choose easy or challenging trails. Friendly trail walkers from neighborhood. Nice walk down to the beach.

Thank paulthuthewanderer
Reviewed 11 July 2017

A perfect blend of Puget Sound waves, Western Washington woods, and picnic spots walking distance to the beach. We hosted our family reunion there recently - with family from other places in the USA - they all loved seeing our State nature at her best....More

Thank 2Baxters
Reviewed 16 June 2017

My daughter brought me to Dash Point and I was thrilled to see that it encompassed both beach and lush forest. It was beyond my expectations and I was able to get some interesting pictures. It was perhaps one of the prettiest areas I've visited...More

1  Thank msmilow
Reviewed 5 June 2017

We went to Dash Point State Park in Washington. Its a nice state park for bikers, hikers, picnickers, campers, and others. It is located along the water front.

Thank mini
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

Although close to major residential and industrial areas, a marvelous opportunity to be in natural growth and enjoy the forest and waterfront. Delightful experience.

Thank Barbara D
Reviewed 20 May 2017 via mobile

This park/ campsite is a little gem. My husband and son were looking for a campsite for a weekend camp close to home. A quick search of the area (we live in Maple Valley) brought us to Dash Point. A 30 min or so drive...More

1  Thank Jennifer C
Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

If you need some fresh air and want to walk in a safe place with paths, this is a great stop. There were bikers, runners, and strollers. Do your thing at your own speed.

1  Thank Ted A
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Questions & Answers
27 April 2017|
Response from Blk14Q5 | Reviewed this property |
I don't think there is internet access in the woods.
26 June 2016|
Response from JT S | Reviewed this property |
There really isn't any place to park nearby. It's quite a hike, but there is a park entrance on Hoyt road a bit south of 320th, and you can park there for free and walk down.
Kristin P
5 April 2016|
Response from sandraj653 | Reviewed this property |
We have always enjoyed camping in the B area..sites 2,4,7-50. These sites have alot more trees and underbrush thsn the other sites which makes you feel as though you were camping in the mountains. Each site, as far as I... More