Cape Disappointment State Park features sandy beaches, two working lighthouses, an old military fort, trails through coastal forests, and spectacular vistas, including breathtaking ocean overlooks and quieter views of Baker Bay. The park has old-growth forest, lakes, freshwater and saltwater marshes, streams, ocean tidelands, and a large variety of wildlife.
Have a picnic, go camping, or stay in a lighthouse keeper’s residence. Enjoy an active and engaging interpretive schedule during the summer months, visit the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center, storm watch, go beachcombing, or stroll the cove at Waikiki Beach. You’ll soon see why Cape Disappointment State Park is the most visited park in the Washington State Parks system!
Part of the Lewis & Clark National Historical Park, “Cape D” encompasses 1,882 acres and is fronted by both the Pacific Ocean and Baker Bay.
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