Sequim Bay State Park is a robust marine park located on the west side of Sequim Bay. The 92-acre park offers 4,909 feet of coastline, 424 feet of moorage space, and a large boat ramp just west of the lower campground loop. Kayaks and stand-up paddleboards are popular in the bay as the area receives some natural shelter from the wind. There is some swimming off shore, and you'll also find plenty of shellfish harvesting when the tide is out.
In addition to the bay access, this state park offers a ton of amenities. Miles of walking and biking trails lead throughout the park, including the Olympic Discovery Trail that leads all the way to Port Townsend. There is a softball field, a basketball court, a tennis court, and a horseshoe pit for days when the water isn't enticing. There are also three kitchen shelters for, one with electricity, that give the campground a sense of community around dinnertime