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Irondale Beach Park


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Irondale Beach Park
Irondale Beach Park History

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Irondale Beach Park at Bottom Chimacum Creek Tidelands at Top

Facility Information

562 Moore St
Port Hadlock, WA 98339

Status: Open

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Facility Details
Jefferson County Parks are open to the public from sunrise to sunset.

Directions: For directions Google Irondale Beach County Park. Take Irondale Road to 4th Ave, turn North onto 4th Ave. Go a few blocks then turn right on East Moore St. Follow that all the way down to the water. Park along the water front. WDFW property is to the North of the parking lot, and Irondale Beach Park is to the South past the metal gate.

Incredible Salt Water Access at Mouth of Chimacum Creek
This park actually consists of two parts: the Chimacum Creek Tidelands owned by the WDFW to the North, and the Irondale Beach Park, owned by Jefferson County Parks and Recreation to the South. Through a partnership we are able to provide one incredible natural and recreational resource for the enjoyment of the public. Irondale Beach Park is the former site of the Irondale Mill. This incredible historic park is wonderful to explore. You can see the ruins of the old Mill, and also walk along a beautiful beach.

Huge sandy beach lagoon, Natural views, Beach walking, Birdwatching, Clamming, and Fishing. Access to mouth of Chimacum Creek. Access to historic site of the old Irondale Mill. Kayak launching area. Picnic table, Portable toilet.

Adopt-A-Park Program
An organized and well established group, the Friends of Irondale Beach Park, cares for this park. The group also cares for the WDFW Chimacum Creek Tidelands area to the North. Regular park clean-up days are held. For more information or to volunteer at Irondale Beach Park, contact Matt Tyler at 385-9129

No Alcohol in Irondale Beach Park
“In the State of Washington it is illegal to open or consume alcoholic beverages in a public place" (see Title 66.44.100 of the RCW). This law applies in all Jefferson County parks, campgrounds, and recreation facilities. Exceptions to this law can be granted by the Washington State Liquor Control Board (see Title 314 of the WAC) in the form of a banquet permit or a special occasion license for example. All proposals to serve alcohol at an event in a Jefferson County Park are subject to approval by Jefferson County. For more information please contact Matt Tyler at 360-385-9129 or

Shellfish & Water Safety
Washington shellfish resources are managed by both the DOH (safety & water quality) and WDFW (harvest regulations). See up-to-date health and season information for shellfish and shellfish beaches. Follow the link for the Washington Shellfish Safety Map.

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