Damon Point State Park in particular, have resulted in the erosion and destruction of the park’s access road, parking area and vault toilet. This unstoppable natural process has affected public access to the area. Due to the variability of future weather, it is unlikely that facilities at Damon Point will be rebuilt. Because of this, the lead role Washington State Parks has played in the management of Damon Point is no longer crucial.Damon Point, a 61-acre day-use park, is the southeastern tip of the Ocean Shores Peninsula. The park consists of a one-mile-long, half-mile-wide stretch of land jutting out into the sea.
This park features a one-mile walkable strip of land to the end of Damon Point, the southeastern tip of the Ocean Shores Peninsula. It offers spectacular views of Grays Harbor, the Olympic Mountains, and Mount Rainier. The point contains one of the few remaining nesting sites of the snowy plover, and is a textbook example of accreted land and natural plant selection.Rock collecting is also a popular activity, as is the one-mile hike to the tip of the point.