Westhaven State Park

Westhaven State Park is a 79.06-acre day-use park with 1,215-feet of shoreline on the Pacific Ocean and Half Moon Bay, with beach access to both shores. Sitting along the South Jetty, the park is a popular destination for surfing and fishing.

The park is within minutes of the City of Westport and its marina, maritime history museums, and other attractions. A concrete boardwalk connects the park with Westport Light State Park, 1.3 miles away. Twin Harbors, Bottle Beach, and Grayland Beach State Parks are a short drive away from Westhaven State Park.

Discover Pass: A Discover Pass is required for vehicle access to state parks for day use. For more information about the Discover Pass and exemptions, please visit the Discover Pass web page.
 
Automated pay station: This park is equipped with an automated pay station for visitors to purchase a one-day or annual Discover Pass.

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Westhaven State Park Location Map
Picnic and Day-Use Facilities
The park provides one restroom facility for day-use visitors.

Activities
Trails
  • ADA accessible 1.3 mile hiking trail
Water Activities & Features
  • Clamming
  • Crabbing
  • Saltwater Fishing
Other Activities & Features
  • Beach exploration
  • Bird watching
Interpretive Opportunities
An interpretive sign about the geological story of the area is located on the parking lot side of the sand dunes.

Additional Information
  • The park is popular for surfing.
  • An ADA accessible hiking trail, which is actually a concrete boardwalk along the beach, connects this park with Westport Light State Park 1.3 miles away.
  • All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) are prohibited on the beach and dunes.
  • Swimming in the ocean is not advised due to variable currents or rip tides.
  • Horseback riding is prohibited at Westhaven State Park, but is allowed on the beach at nearby Westport Light State Park.
  • A recreational license is required for fishing and shellfish harvesting at Washington State Parks. For regulations, fishing season information, or to purchase a recreational license, visit Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.