The Sequim Bay State Park is a recreational facility near the city of Sequim in the state of Washington. The park encompasses over ninety acres of a waterside campsite and is popular for fishing and boating activities. There is no restriction on taking dogs into this park, but the same as all Washington state parks, dogs are required to be restrained by a leash at all times.
The park is located beneath the shadow of the Olympic Mountains and is a favorite spot for camping due to the lack of rainfall in the area. Overnight stays are restricted to ten consecutive nights during the peak months of April through to September, but campers can stay up to twenty nights the rest of the year.
Gathering firewood from the forests or bringing it from home is not permitted, but wood for fires can be purchased at the park. Another of the major attractions of this state park in Sequim is its extensive saltwater shoreline which draws visitors who enjoy participating in catching crabs or harvesting clams and oysters during the appropriate season of the year.
Boating aficionados can moor up their watercraft at any of the numerous moorage spots. To gain access to the Sequim Bay State Park, all visitors are required to purchase or hold a Discovery Pass. These are available at various locations which also issue fishing and hunting permits, at the same time as renewing a vehicle licenses, at a park with an automated pay station or online via the Discover Pass website.
The Sequim Bay State Park does not have an automated pay station. A Discover Pass costs $30 for one year or $10 for a day and grants access to all of the Washington state parks. To maintain the correct biological equilibrium of the park environment, it is essential for visitors with dogs to ensure they pick up all their pet's excrement. There are numerous bag dispensers distributed around the park to aid them in that purpose.