Kayak Point Regional County Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This 428-acre county park comes pretty close to being camping heaven. It is mostly wooded and has a 3,300-foot beach, so there is plenty of room to roam. It is on the southern end of Port Susan Bay, which is one of the most productive estuaries on Puget Sound, lush in its mix of organic matter on which intertidal animals thrive.
The park has a 300-foot fishing pier. Keep an eye out for gray whales, which sometimes come within 100 feet of the pier. There are also seals and sea lions. Do not forget your kayak, and try your hand at clam digging. There is an 18-hole golf course nearby."