Bring tall rubber boots to explore as much as possible and still stay dry. Gorgeous beach with lots of good photo ops.
That way you may be able to get to the rocks to see the starfish and sea urchins. We were given a tide table when we checked in at Kalaloch Lodge. The scenery is spectacular. There are small freshwater streams that flow into the ocean, so long walks on the beach are not possible without proper footgear, but this is... More
Great time with family a must see before you leave WA. Temp was great bring sweater and some food because there is only one place to eat and that is at the lodge. Very pricey, it is almost like paying food at the cheese cake factory. So my advice bring your own food.
I have visited this beach twice. The first time, by myself late last October, and then again this past weekend. The first time I went, I was mostly just looking for a nice beach to walk around and take sunset pictures on, and I was not disappointed. I took dozens of sunset pictures of what couldn't have been a much... More
Worth a stop!!! Our primary destination was Olympic National park, but we stopped here for a quick sandwich, and so glad we did! Cold and a little rainy the day we stopped, but still very beautiful. Coming from Southern California, it was a change, but i'd definitely recommend it. We went in January, but i loved it! lots of rocks,... More
Worth getting out of car and walking along the beach. Views are fantastic. Sea stacks are fun to explore. There very interesting pools with starfish, etc.
Ruby beach is absolutely gorgeous and breathtaking! I would recommend knowing the tide so you can cross the creek and get to explore more. Definitely worth a stop!
We visited Ruby Beach yesterday with our 3 year old grandson. On the drive up from Aberdeen we encountered lots of rain, but as we pulled into the parking lot the rain stopped. We pulled on extra socks, thermals, and our rain boots. Then we added our coats and rain gear. Everyone was toasty warm during the 2 hours we... More
While my visit to Ruby Beach included clouds and rain in December, I still enjoyed every moment. The sea life is everywhere from birds to ochre starfish and anemenoes visible on the rocks. The drift wood and tide pools give the beach additional points of interest, not to mention the black sand and the gorgeous ocean! You will not be... More
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