Volunteer in sunglasses collecting trash on a beach.

2024 Washington Coast Cleanup

In partnership with Washington CoastSavers, Parks puts on three beach cleanup volunteer events a year and our first one, the Washington Coast Cleanup will be on April 20.

In partnership with Washington CoastSavers, Parks puts on three beach cleanup volunteer events a year and our first one, the Washington Coast Cleanup will be on April 20.

Last year, volunteers picked up 14,350 pounds of trash during the Washington Coast Cleanup. Join us at 1 of 10 parks participating in this year’s cleanup Cape Disappointment, Fort Flagler, Fort Townsend, Fort Worden, Grayland Beach, Mystery Bay, Ocean City, Pacific Beach, Shine Tidelands or Twin Harbors. 

Visit CoastSavers.org to learn more about the Washington Coast Cleanup, view a list of all participating beaches and pre-register for the event.  A Discover Pass is required for vehicle access on state-managed lands on April 20. 

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