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Smelt Sands provides beach access and opportunities for fishing, picnicking, viewing marine wildlife, bird watching, viewing interpretive signs, and beachcombing.

Walk the historic 804 Trail (.75 miles one-way with resting benches scattered along the way). The park is known for tidepooling, rock fishing and the yearly smelt run (smelt are small, silvery relatives of salmon).

Vital stats: There is no fee to use this park.

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