SHELLFISH TYPES & OPENINGS/CLOSURES
Razor clams check season.
Copalis Beach extends from the north jetty at the mouth of Grays Harbor to the Copalis River.
Razor Clam Reserve (Restricted Area)
From a point beginning four-tenths of a mile south of the Ocean City approach (2nd. Ave.) and extending south for one quarter mile on Copalis Beach.
Razor clams information
DIRECTION TO SITE
There are several public, maintained access points to the Copalis beach: 2nd Street (in Ocean City), the terminus of HWY 115 (in Oyhut), Chance A La Mer (in Ocean Shores), Pacific Avenue (in Ocean Shores), Ocean Lake Way (in Ocean Shores), and Tarus Street (in Ocean Shores).
Access points may be closed due to erosion or flooding. Please contact Grays Harbor Department of Public Services (360) 249-4222 for more information.
to this point
Vehicular access to the beach is permitted, unless otherwise noted. Parking is permitted on the beach where access is available, but no public camping is allowed, unless otherwise noted. There is camping allowed at Ocean City SP.
Restrooms are available at the beach approach, but no garbage facilities, so please plan ahead.
FUN FACTS/OTHER INFORMATION
For additional information call WDFW Region 6 headquarters (360) 249-4628 or Pacific County Department of Community Development (360) 875-9356.