Oysters open Jan. 1st through May 15th
This beach has been enhanced with clams and oysters.
Good numbers of native littleneck clams and Manila littleneck clams can be found over most of the beach. Littlenecks prefer mixed sand and gravel substrate in the mid to upper intertidal zone. Harvesters are advised to dig in the planted clam area (see beach photo). Most of the southern half of Wolfe Property State Park beach receives regular WDFW plants of Manila clam seed. Some of the best clam digging is right in front of the access trail at the end of Seven Sisters Road. Butter clams are found in the lower intertidal zone. Geoducks and horse clams are present in sand and mud throughout the lower intertidal zone. Horse clams are more abundant, but some geoducks can be found in areas lower than -2.0 feet. This is also a good beach for Cockles which can be found on, or just under, the surface of the sand and mud throughout the extensive "mud flat" portions of the beach.
This is an excellent beach for oysters. This beach receives regular oyster seeding and before 1990 there was only one small area where oysters occurred. Oyster plants have also aided the natural production of oysters on this beach. The best place for oyster is in the planted bed north of the Seven Sisters access (see beach photo).