“protecting miles and shore line”
A project to improve the Ruby Beach parking area and entrance road will begin June 16, 2022 and last through mid September. The project will require a full closure for three months until the work has been completed. The closure includes the Ruby Beach entrance road off Highway 101, the parking area, and the trail down to the beach. Improvements include grading and paving of the parking lot and entrance road to improve drainage, accessibility, and traffic flow for vehicles and pedestrians. Beach access to the south of Ruby Beach will continue to be available at Beach 1, 2, 3, and 4, and the Kalaloch Campground. See the Kalaloch Area Brochure for a map and additional information on the area. To the north, coastal access is available in the Mora area at Rialto Beach, Second Beach and Third Beach. First Beach is located on the Quileute Indian Reservation.
I really loved it here. I wish that I could have made it to Ruby beach (or Kalaloch beach for that matter) at sunset because it's pretty hazy during the day. If you want to take nice pictures, I think sunset would be best.
Ruby beach is one of my favorite places on earth. So beautiful, calm, and surreal. We live In south Florida and will drive all the way to ruby beach to have an hour on the coast before sunset. It's worth stopping if you'll be in the Olympic area. Don't forget to bring a jacket if you're not from the area as it gets very chilly even in august!
Nicest of the beaches in the area and we went to many.
Has to be one of the best beaches in Washington State, though it does get crowded here.
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