Damon Point State Park

Damon Point, a 61-acre day-use park, is the southeastern tip of the Ocean Shores Peninsula.

The park consists of a one-mile-long, half-mile-wide stretch of land jutting out into the sea.

Damon Point contains a large array of wild life

This park features a one-mile walkable strip of land to the end of Damon Point

It offers spectacular views of Grays Harbor, the Olympic Mountains

and Breath Taking Sunsets above Mount Rainier

Damon Point is a textbook example of accreted land and natural plant selection

This Park is a popular site for Bird Watching

The Beach is Popular for Rock and Shell Collecting

Locals Love to Surf the Large Waves

You’ll often see Wind Surfing at Damon Point

You can even Enjoy some Shoreline Fishing