“Outdoors & Recreation in Forks, WA”
Ruby Beach is the northernmost of the southern beaches in the coastal section of Olympic National Park in the U.S. state of Washington. It is located on Highway 101, in Jefferson County, south of the town of Forks.Like virtually all beaches on the northern coast, Ruby Beach has a tremendous amount of driftwood. It is notable for the number of sea stacks there.The beach is so called because of the ruby-like crystals in the beach sand.
Visited in March and the sunset was breathtaking!! Can't wait to go again!
Loved this area! Beautiful beach, enormous trees of driftwood.
Absolutely stunning. Came during the summer at sunset, and it was just as the other Roadtrippers say - breathtaking. Definitely worth the stop, even if you are short on time, please do it!
Worth the stop every time ......History of the beach is a treat as well
Amazing beach with black sand and clear water and crashing waves. It also has abundant tide pool life including hermit crabs and starfish along with multiple types of colored fish.
A favorite stop. The sand is the best I’ve ever felt. Go see starfish and other sea creatures! Wish I could have stayed longer
Amazing! Worth the drive! Crowded during weekends and parking lot fills up. Have patience! Sit,relax,listen, and enjoy!
Kids dream, lots of drift wood to climb on and explore. Simply beautiful.
Beautiful! All times of day. We even went after the forest fires and it was still stunning. There weren’t many people here and was fun climbing around during low tide. Great phot op.
Great beach. Lots of logs to cross to get to the water, and a stream that can be quite large to cross if you want to wander north but it is all well worth it!
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