This national treasure is a haven for those looking to enjoy some recreational time with their dogs. The Kalaloch Beach boasts of hiking, bird watching, campgrounds, and beaches for families to enjoy. Visitors to this picturesque beach area can choose from over 166 campsites equipped with barbecue pits for cooking, picnic benches, access to water for drinking, on-site bathroom facilities, and storage areas that are resistant to animal interest. For families visiting the area with RV's, there is a waste dump portal on-site that is available for public use for a fee.
Also on the premises is Kalaloch Lodge, a hotel-like facility, that also houses a restaurant, gift shop, and general needs store. The lodge, campgrounds, and beaches are open year round to the public. Reservations are strongly recommended for camping facilities during the summer months. Access to the beach and coastal areas is free of charge, and both dogs and their owners are welcome. Park officials require that all dogs visiting Kalaloch Area Beaches be kept on a lead during their visit to the beach.
Though park officials have not mandated any particular regulations to govern the use of the beach, it is recommended that all dogs visiting the premises be current on all vaccinations and bear their required state license tag. Poop bags are not provided on-site. Park officials request that all dog owners carry poop bags with them and to assist them in maintaining the cleanliness of this lovely beach by promptly picking up and disposing of any of their dog's waste materials.
For a great time exploring one of Washington's iconic treasures, consider a visit to Kalaloch Area Beaches.