Belfair State Park

Clam and mussel season CLOSED for harvest effective August 14, 2020 until further notice due to quota being reached. 
Oysters OPEN for harvest through December 31. 

Harvest profile

This is an excellent beach for oysters. Portions of this beach are very muddy and may be hazardous. Clam resources can be found in areas where the substrate is more firm. 

Beach map
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Disclaimer: Map areas identify approximate public property boundaries and should not be considered legal property boundaries. Many of these public beaches have no upland entrance and must be accessed by boat. Please respect adjacent private property. This map is provided for informational purposes only. The accuracy of this map is not guaranteed.
Directions

From the south (Shelton and Olympia) travel north on Highway 101 through Shelton and continue for about 11 miles to the intersection of Highway 101 and Highway 106. Take a right on Highway 106 (eastbound) and follow it for about 23 miles to Belfair. Watch for the left turn and signs to Belfair State Park via Highway 300 (Northshore Drive). The park is about three miles west of Belfair. The park entrance is on the left and is well marked.

From the east on Highway 3 (Bremerton, Belfair) or the south on Highway 16 (Tacoma) take Highway 3 to Belfair. Watch for the right turn and signs to Belfair State Park via Highway 300 (Northshore Drive). The park is about three miles west of Belfair. The park entrance is on the left and is well marked.

Facilities

Belfair State Park has fire circles, horseshoe pits, volleyball fields, play area for children, showers, potable water, year-round camping and picnic areas. Visit the Belfair State Park website for more information about facilities.