Shasta F.

Silverdale, WA

Joined August 2016

shi shi beach

This place is absolutely stunning, a flat easily done lengthy hike with the last 1/4 mile being a bit of an incline where ropes are used to get down and up. Does tend to be windy so plan on camping behind the trees, plenty of beautiful sandy beaches to walk on, with tide pools to explore. Keep in mind that not only a Washington state discover pass is required you have to buy a pass from the Indian Reservation also, they are purchasable at the gas station with in the town for 15 for the weekend. The parking lot isn't very large, and my party and I was warned of break ins in the over night cars, so be sure to leave no valuables. This place is by far one of the Number one beaches in Washington state, and at one time was voted in the top ten by discovery channel for best beaches in the world, if your around this area I recommend making this a camping destination if not at least a day hike in, also not a far drive from this location is cape flattery that is a small walk in and breath taking views. (No camping was available at cape flattery, just scenic views)