Damon Point

61 Acres of Beach, Dunes accented with 1 Mile beach jutting into the bay

Damon Point is a textbook example of accreted land, and is one of the few remaining nesting sites of the snowy plover. This park features a one-mile walkable strip of land to the end of Damon Point, the southeastern tip of the Ocean Shores Peninsula.

It offers spectacular views of Grays Harbor, the Olympic Mountains, and Mount Rainier. The park has five unsheltered picnic tables with no dump station availability

A wide variety of rocks and seashells litter the beach

In a low tide enjoy a mile long walk right out into Grays Harbor

Enjoy activities like windsurfing, kayaking, and surfing

Occasionally a Snowy Plover graces the point

The view of Ocean Shores from Damon Point

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