Washington is abundant with nature from beaches to mountains, we truly have it all. And as amazing as our state and national park system is, you can’t bring your four legged friends to all parks. Except you can bring your dog to Ruby Beach, one of Washington’s most spectacular beaches.

Ruby Beach is part of Olympic National Park, located along the west coastline of the park. What makes it so special is its diversity and picturesque nature. Visitors will find an abundance of driftwood, massive sea stacks and awe inspiring tide pools. There much to explore both visually and physically and its sure to be a fun place to explore with your pup.

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Keep in mind that the beach entrance road, parking area, and beach access trail is closed to all public access for construction activities until September 16, 2022. However, not all hope is lost. You can still access the beach access to the south at Beach 1, 2, 3, and 4, and the Kalaloch Campground. It just means that you’re in for more of an adventure.

You can learn more about Ruby Beach and the main trail closure at the NPS website. If you do visit be sure to abide by and all rules pertaining to your pup. Enjoy!