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- Day Use Parks
Day Use Parks
The Clallam County Parks system consists of nineteen day use park facilities span across the county from one end to the other.
Day-Use park facilities include three recreational sport properties:
- Fred Orr Ball Fields in Beaver, ten miles north of Forks
Maintained by the Forks Lions Club
- Agnew Soccer Fields in Carlsborg, between Sequim and Port Angeles
Maintained by and Fields Reserved by the Storm King Soccer Club
- Rainshadow Disc Golf Course, in Blyn, east of Sequim
Maintained by County Parks, volunteers, and the Port Angeles Disc Golf Association
Clallam County residents take great pride in the Parks. Please help us maintain a clean and safe environment for all to enjoy.
Follow these regulations, while enjoying Clallam County Day-Use Parks:
- Fires permitted in designated fire pits only. Beach fires prohibited.
- Clean up after pets and keep the pets under control on a leash not longer than 8 feet.
- No overnight parking or camping allowed.
- Exit Parks by a half hour after sunset, do not enter parks earlier than half hour before sunrise.
- No alcoholic beverages are allowed, this is a State law.
- Pack out garbage.
- Hunting, the use of firearms, bow and arrow, air or gas weapon, or other projectile devices capable of injuring or killing any person or animal or damaging any park property is prohibited.
- View a complete listing of Clallam County Parks Chapter 23.03 Ordinances.
View the County Park Map
Review the Ball Parks of Clallam County.
Clallam Bay Spit
Clallam Bay Spit Community Beach County Park is a 33-acre park jointly managed with Washington State Parks. This facility includes public access to the Clallam Spit, one mile of a terrific sand / gravel saltwater beach, access to the Clallam River, a picnic area and a full-service restroom which are a welcome break on the Highway 112 National Scenic Byway.
Clallam Bay West
Clallam Bay West County Park is an 8.64-acre park on the west side of the Clallam River and provides year-round access to one mile of public shorelines. Purchased in 2011, the park is a lovely site to stop for a pleasant stroll along the scenic saltwater beach.
Cline Spit Community Beach County Park was acquired and renovated by Clallam County in 1984. The County negotiated a land trade with the owners of the spit, San Juan Farms, Inc., and rebuilt the ramp, parking lot, installed boundary fencing and a vault toilet with the grant funds from Washington State Parks in 1984.
Dungeness Landing County Park was transferred from the Port of Port Angeles to the County in 2001. This 5.6 acre beauty, with 13 acres of tideland, is sprawled along the outer Dungeness Bay. A full-service restroom is a welcomed feature of the park.
Eagle Point County Park was donated by the Gund Family in 2015. The 1.2 acre parcel is located on the south shore of beautiful Lake Crescent, near the west end of the lake. The undeveloped property is east of milepost 222.
Freshwater Bay County Park totals 21.07 acres and has 1,450 lineal feet of public tidelands. The lower picnic site, concrete launch ramp, sanikan, and beach access areas are open all year round. The upper secluded five-acre picnic area, surrounded by Western Red Cedar and ferns, and upper restroom is open May 15 through September 15 only.
Lake Pleasant Community Beach County Park has two acres and 280 lineal feet of lakefront, a boat launch, picnic tables, play area, and vault toilets.
Mary Lukes Wheeler
Mary Lukes Wheeler County Park was acquired in 1994.
Panorama Vista County Park, established in 1976, provides beach access with a short walk, down a gradual grade, to a three-mile stretch of tidelands owned by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources.
Pillar Point County Park encompasses 4.3 acres, and has vault toilets, covered picnic table area, saltwater beach access, and a concrete launch ramp for small boats.
Port Williams official name is Marlyn Nelson County Park at Port Williams. This 1-acre gem was deeded to the Clallam County Parks in 1976. The state owns tidelands to the north that link with 1,000 feet of County tidelands ending at the privately-owned Graysmarsh Farm property.
Quillayute River County Park has thirteen acres and 700 lineal feet of river frontage, ample parking, and a vault toilet.
Rainshadow Disc Golf Park
Rainshadow Disc Golf Park property was obtained from Clallam County Public Works Department. Twenty acres were transferred in 2013 and the remaining twenty acres were deeded to the Parks Department in 2015.
Robin Hill Farm
Robin Hill Farm County Park is located between Port Angeles and Sequim off Dryke Road, 0.25 miles north of U.S.101. The land-locked Park has 195 acres of forest, meadow, and wetland. There are approximately 3.4 miles of developed foot trails and 2.5 miles of equestrian trails.
Three Waters County Park is an 8.5 acre park providing access via a gravel trail to over 1,000 lineal feet of the meandering Dungeness River. Bear Creek wanders through the west side of the property. Activities include fishing, river access, and wildlife observation.
Verne Samuelson Trail County Park
Verne Samuelson Trail County Park is a 1.5 mile long trail that runs along Valley Creek just west of the Port Angeles city limits. The trail is maintained by the Parks Departments of Clallam County and the City of Port Angeles.