This is a great beach hike. Views are some of the best in the NW. Lots of drift wood to explore. Abundant wildlife - increases as you get further out. Fun, historic place to visit at the end of the spit, plus place to refill your water bottle and use a clean bathroom! The trails around the campground are great for jogging/biking or just strolling along. Campsites are very nice with good wind breaks for the most part. Great for big kids or little kids or no kids.
One rule of no running on the beach seems quite silly as the wildlife lives on the side you cannot walk on anyway??
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