STATE PARK: Interpretive beach walks at Scenic Beach

June 16, 2013 

Visitors to Scenic Beach State Park on Saturday will have the chance to explore the beach with Kitsap County beach naturalists.

During the Kitsap Beach Naturalist Program, running from 9:30-11:30 a.m., visitors can discover what lives in tide pools along Puget Sound.

The 88-acre park near Seabeck has 1,500 feet of saltwater beachfront on Hood Canal. The park is known for its wild, native rhododendrons and views of Hood Canal and the Olympic Mountains.

Additional programs will be offered July 9 and July 22. The Kitsap program is coordinated by the Washington State University Kitsap County Extension and Washington Sea Grant.

While the program is free, a Discover Pass is required to enter the park.

For more information, visit kitsap.wsu.edu. For park information, call 360-830-5079.

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