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“Ruby Falls”
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Ruby Beach
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Owner description: Dramatic Pacific coast beach with a rugged shoreline.
Reviewed August 10, 2012

A must see. Fun walking trail into Ruby Beach. Beautiful beach. The drift wood was challenging and fun to climb/walk over.

1  Thank Jacksgrammy
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Reviewed August 9, 2012

For the fortunate few that have the time to explore. This definitly is worth the drive. Watch the weather though. Late summer usually best time to visit. The cold damp and dark marine layered overcast skys can take away some of it's splender. But, even in those dark and dreary days, Ruby Beach does offer a mystical charm all its own. I love this place in all the elements. The sun however delays its appearance often. Be prepared to dress warm. Have fun exploring our Northwest secret.

4  Thank islandboy4
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Reviewed August 8, 2012

Pulled in to see what the beach looked like while on our way to Forks. What a gorgeous beach! It was our first glimpse at the Pacific so we just walked around snapping pictures for quite a while. Awesome

3  Thank kosborne32571
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Reviewed August 8, 2012

The beach is a great sight seeing experience especially for a visitor from the mid west area of the country. The beach is easy to get ot right off the highway.

1  Thank KarenSky1
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Reviewed August 7, 2012

We stopped here on a whim on our way into the park and ended up catching it at the evening low tide which is the best time to be there. After a short hike down to the beach we were greeted with beautiful sea stacks, drift wood, and a lovely setting sun (perfectly placed flock of seagulls included). This beach does not lack the photo ops and we even found a few starfish in the tide pools.

2  Thank Jenfer2125
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