Take Exit 111 off of Interstate 5 in Washington State. Head away from town, going north along Marvin Way NE. Follow this road all the way down to 56th AVE NE and take a right. 56th AVE NE becomes Hill St NE. Road will fork, so stay to the left.
Hours and Cost:
Closed: Monday and Tuesday in Winter,
Open: Daily in the summer
Open: 8am to dusk
Annual pass: $30
One-day pass: $10
Camping: None Available/Not Allowed
With a well-made boardwalk that leads to the beach, this park feels just right for you. The park is 105 acres, but offers over 1800 feet of shoreline right along the Puget Sound. In fact, this park offers an underwater park that uses an artificial reef for once in a lifetime scuba diving experiences.
With picnic benches and plenty of parking, take your family, yourself or your significant other to this secluded section of beach along the Puget Sound. Dogs are welcome and restrooms are available, as well as an occasional ranger to answer any of your questions.
While Tolmie State Park may not look like much at first, this location will be a place of memories and quality family time year round, so check it out!
Fun Fact: Tolmie State Park was located extremely close to the epicenter of the Feb 21st, 2001 6.8 earthquake and suffered quite a bit of damage.
Fun Fact: Tolmie offers better views of Mount Rainier than The Olympic Mountains.
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