Four Points Bulletin

Travels north, east, south, and west of our Oceanside home base.

Ruby Beach is part of Olympic National Park. It is full of driftwood and sea stacks (vertical columns of rock formed by wave erosion). It is also a great spot to explore tide pools in solitude. Being from Southern California, it is hard to get used to cold, summer beach days, but this empty beach thing is lovely.

3 thoughts on “Ruby Beach, Olympic National Park

  1. Denise says:

    Ruby Beach was off limits to us due to the tribal land being closed because of Covid. I’m sorry we missed this. You guys ‘own’ that beach. Sweet photos of the family, A1, wildflowers and the sea. WOW. No mention of “Twilight’ however.

    1. Ha. We didn’t do the Twilight tour. We didn’t have the time. There is so much to do in that area!

    2. I suppose it makes sense to close the trail to the beach, it’s super narrow.

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