Long sandy beaches with Swifts Bay to the north, Lopez Sound to the south, and Frost Island just off the tip of the spit to the east. This rare sand spit encloses a tidal lagoon. Views of Orcas, Blakely and Decatur Islands as one walks the nearly mile long stretch of beach. Mooring buoys are placed both to the north and south sides of the spit. A very popular place for boaters as well as campers, the park is usually at capacity during the summer months.
What do you do with what you collect?
Once you have cleaned your beach simply come back and report your effort, this will allow us to track how much litter is collected from our beaches.
Bags of collected litter? Please take them into your island’s solid waste station, and explain to the station’s clerk it is “public litter,” the general location name it came from, and don’t forget to report your effort and the amount you collected here. Litter from Shaw or outer islands? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Large debris/dumped items? Please only lift what you can safely lift and getting help is always good. If you have any doubt or inability to safely lift larger items, we ask that you do not, and instead email us at email@example.com.