Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife does not regulate shellfish harvest on federally owned beaches. Access is determined by the United States Forest Service.
This beach is mostly rocky and digging is difficult but there are some butter clams, native littleneck clams, Manila clams, horse clams and cockles present. There are geoducks in the sand below the rocky zone at extreme low tides (-2.0 feet or lower).
This is an excellent oyster beach.
From the south (Olympia, Shelton, Portland) travel north on Highway 101 through the town of Brinnon for one half a mile to Seal Rock Forest Service Campground. The site is well marked and is just off the highway on the right side of the road.
From the north (Port Angeles, Kingston) travel on Highway 104 to the Quilcene exit. Proceed south through Quilcene and continue south on Highway 101 for about eight miles to Seal Rock Forest Service Campground. The site is well marked and is just off the highway on the left side of the road.
The Seal Rock Forest Service Campground is open seasonally. When the access road is closed, harvesters can walk in from the gate. There is seasonal camping, kayak/small boat launching and potable water on site. Pit toilets are present.