Clams open June 1st through July 31st Oysters open March 1st through July 31st
This beach has been enhanced with oysters.
This beach is mostly sandy substrate and littleneck clam habitat is limited. There is a small patch of mixed sand and gravel near the west end of the beach that may have some native littleneck clams and Manila clams, but they are probably not abundant. There are some butter clams and horse clams available on the sandy areas of this beach.
DIRECTION TO SITE From SR 16 (either north or south bound), take the Rosedale Exit at Gig Harbor and travel west on Rosedale Street NW for about 2.5 miles to Ray Nash Drive NW. Take a left. Continue for about 0.6 miles to Kopachuck Drive NW. Take a right and continue for about 1.6 miles to Kopachuck State Park.
FACILITIES Kopachuck State Park offers camping, picnic areas, restrooms, kitchen shelters, hiking and fire circles.
Beach information last updated: April 02, 2010 @ 1:38pm
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