Grayland Beach State Park

Your welcome to join Suzanne and I for a casual day walking the beach ...We'll probably stop for lunch and a glass of wine/beer.

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We'll meet in Olympia at 10:30 which should get us to the beach by Noon.

Let's go with approx. 6-8 mile hike @ Grayland Beach State Park (if the mileage of the hike sounds too low, up it - it's a beach, so we can go as far as we want).

Meet at State Road 8/Summit Lake Park n' Ride (Thurston County, west of Olympia. I-5 south to Highway 101 to State Road 8)

Please pitch in for gas $13

Bring your camera and warm sweatshirt

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Weather is looking good

Day May 12

71°FHigh

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<a href="http://www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g58502-d600986-i35644364-Grayland_Beach_State_Park-Grayland_Washington.html"><img alt=" " src="http://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/02/1f/e3/cc/filename-2011-09-01-greyland.jpg"/></a><br/>This photo of Grayland Beach State Park is courtesy of TripAdvisor

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From Seattle

 I-5 S.... 59.9 mi

Merge onto US-101 N via EXIT 104 toward Aberdeen/Port Angeles.6.0 mi

Take WA-8 toward Montesano/Aberdeen.0.9 mi

WA-8 becomes US-12 W.  20.9 mi

Turn left onto S H St ......S H St is just past S G St If you reach S I St you've gone a little too.far 0.1 mi

Turn slight left onto US-101 S/US Highway 101.

Continue to follow US-101 S......US-101 S is just past E Heron St 0.5 mi

Stay straight.to go onto WA-105/State Highway 105.

Continue to follow WA[masked]

Turn left onto State Route 105 S/WA-105......State Route 105 S is 0.4 miles past Roberts Rd

If you reach the end of Schafer Island Beach App you've gone about 0.2 miles too far.4.6 mi.

Turn right onto Cranberry Beach Rd.....Cranberry Beach Rd is 0.2 miles past Pirates Aly ...

If you reach Pacific Cranberry Valley Rd you've gone about 0.3 miles too far 0.01 mi

Welcome to GRAYLAND, WA 98547 ....If you reach Grayland Beach State Park ...you made it

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  • Mike T.

    What a wonderful day-my first outing in a long time! Thank you Tom for driving! Nice to see you Lisa, and nice meeting you, Suzanne!! See you on other hikes soon!

    May 13

  • Suzanne

    Thanks for a great day, Tom, Lisa and Mike. Hope to see you again.

    May 12

  • Tom G.

    Okay everyone. Even though Lorri is unable to go, we'll still plan on going. Mike, Lisa & I will meet at the 512 P&R at 10:00 and then go to the Summit Lake P&R to meet Suzanne -- and then, on to the beach! See you soon...
    And Lorri, I hope you get better so that you're able to lead the trip to the Gorge in a couple of weeks.

    May 12

  • Mike T.

    I would LOVE to attend the Grayland Beach walk, but my pace will be somewhat slower than usual due to recent surgery. I'll post 'yay' or 'nay' before this evening ;-)

    May 11

    • Mike T.

      It'll be great to see you too! If I don't see you tomorrow, hopefully on another hike/outing soon! :-) I hope you feel better!

      May 11

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