(not safe) So, I would wait till January when the tides begin to occur earlier in the morning and later in the afternoon. North Beach . Did you walk out to the old dump in Port Angeles along Ediz Hook? Be patient, pick a comfortable spot, and you'll be rewarded. So you will be good all day to go out to the glass beach area. Thanks to you, I did my homework and went on the perfect day to find some sea glass for the first time! Glass Beach has gained this moniker, as it is a treasure trove of what we combers call sea glass. Click here for information and reviews on Fort Worden State Park. Wear shoes that will allow you to traverse rocks and keep your feet dry (hiking boots are best); tennis shoes are fine if you plan on staying on sand. Brief History: Captain George Vancouver “discovered” and named Port Townsend in 1792. My husband and I are planning a trip in October, is this too late in the year to plan a trip? In your video it’s a small pile right next to the light aqua glass and the pink/orange/red glass. Now I’m checking tide charts and trying to find a great day again. Good tip to bring a small garden rake! Official settlement took place in April of 1851 and this new city, featuring a deep safe harbor, was dubbed "City of Dreams" by those who speculated that Port Townsend would become the largest sea-port of the west coast. We're going to be staying in the area July 18 - 20. 2) Have a simple garden shovel and spade to move the gravel beds around, so that you can uncover pieces. high tide 1:29am (8.03ft), low tide 8:34am (-1.52ft), high tide 4:40pm (8.28ft), low tide 9:02pm (5.42ft) Many thanks! They had to be back to the parking lot by 1:30pm. It is known by locals as Glass Beach. Just let me know what weeks you might be coming out here and I will give you recommendations for the best days. I've done some homework on when to head out, so wish us luck! What do you think? This schedule will give the hiker more time to get all the way out to Glass Beach which is about 3 miles from the parking lot. My husband and I went to glass beach today.. Glass Beach is my home away from home (I'm in Poulsbo). Beach Glass or "sea glass" of jewelry quality is produced where adequate surf tumbling has occurred (see our page on Sea Glass). True sea glass is produced where adequate beach tumbling has occurred. I am planning on going in August. Glass Beach is one of the best beaches to find jewelry quality beach glass in the Pacific North West. These obstacles actually protrude out onto the beach and as the rising tides come in the exposed beach becomes pinched off. Wow!! Sarah, I have personally taken families out on North Beach toward the Glass Beach area. Lisa Lopez.... the tides do look better on Sunday with a low tide at 9:28am. I ask because, on my one visit to Glass Beach, I didn't make it very far along the beach and neither did the others there that day. Is this spot arill producing anazing seaglass? There is tons and my back actually started hurting from bending over so much. 7) Overall, the volume of SMALL pieces (1/8 to 1/4" in diameter) are plentiful, and of course, are the less common colors (blue in particular). April 2016 Easier? Lovely photos! Planning on going back soon. The beaches of Port Townsend are so well-known for beach glass that one particularly fruitful stretch – a former town dump – is known as Glass … Still a working seaport, Port Townsend is also home to artists, wilderness lovers, and others who enjoy life on the Straits of Juan De Fuca. -Tim Blair. What a love tribute to such a beautiful daughter. We had a great time Sunday going out! If you think taking a pound or two or just hand full won't make a difference, you'd be wrong. If you must drive your RV, you can parallel park it along the bollards on 58th Street on the south side of the park. So, it's up to you and how comfortable you want to be. When will it flip? There is not nearly the amounts of sea glass shown as in Fort Bragg, California but still attracts those looking for sea glass in the Pacific Northwest. A little concerned with the tide situation, advise on the best time to go? You will find many clear and brown glass fragments in abundance. You can see our Etsy store at: Your back will be sore, and you will mess with the tides. Historically the high bluffs around Port Townsend were used to dump trash including glass onto the surrounding beach and into the Strait for over a century. Hi Tim! - Tim Blair. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until September. high tide 2:33am (8.02ft), low tide 9:23am (-1.60ft), high tide 5:17pm (8.51ft), low tide 9:53pm (4.92ft), I'm so excited with finding your website! 1) For the most part, gravel beds PRECEDING McCurdy point are going to be your best bet for finding small, but reasonable pieces. There is a similar beach near Port Townsend, Washington. Hi JP, Well I've been twice to Glass beach -- I have worn old Nikes and socks, but your feet will get wet most likely. As the weather warms you will see even more people. Believe me, you will have actually walked 3.5 to 4 miles by the time you have reached McCurdy point because of the tendency to beachcomb along the way. Melony, most people out on the beach wear hiking shoes or whatever is comfortable. Camping is convenient too as two campgrounds are within walking distance of the trailhead. Thanks again for the info on North Beach at Port Townsend. I was guiding a tour group of 20 ladies out there and left the glass beach area about 12:15pm. Luckily my dogs are rockstars & appear to be without injury. What really made it for me was the adventure of getting there! Tides appear favorable. Every few yards there are concentrated gravel beds sculpted by the waves and loaded with glass. I even found an old spark plug and marbles. Resist the urge to bend and scoop. As you and others have stated, this walk is long and everyone needs to heed the advice about the tides but it is certainly worthwhile. The approved access to Glass Beach is from the North Beach parking lot on Kuhn St. in Port Townsend and walk the 2.7 miles west to McCurdy Point. Tim Blair. Enjoy your YouTube videos as well. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. On a side note:: my husband lost a sentimental flip out styled knife along the walk today..it had white mother of pearl on the handle... We would be forever grateful to anyone who might find & return it. See more ideas about Port townsend, Sea glass beach, Townsend. March 30th, 2019 - an absolutely gorgeous, sunny day, 58 degrees, and our first ever adventure to seek beach glass near McCurdy point in Port Angeles. You will be safe to get out to glass beach since the tides won't be too high but the low tide occurs at 8:59am in the morning thus allowing for a short hunting day. These obstacles were observed at six feet "high tide" levels to determine whether they posed difficulty at that level. At low tide, don't forget to carefully explore the tidal pools (at your own risk, the rocks are slippery and uneven). Glass Beach, Port Townsend, Washington A 90-minute hike from North Beach (also not too shabby a site for sea glass), the area known locally as Glass Beach … Search the gravel beds and with almost every scoop you will pull out glass fragments. Agreed. Wonderful article with so much detailed information. Gayl. A few weeks ago I made my first hike out to Glass Beach and found an abundance of sea glass as time allowed. thanks. Balneario El Escambron In San Juan, Puerto Rico. It is always good to avoid being on North Beach whenever the tides are approaching 7ft or higher. Perhaps more glass washes up near McCurdy Point and that's why it's a more popular route. Dave Helgeson is the MHRV Show Director. Saturday will be about the same so I wouldn't start till about 8:30am both days. The tide will be a bit close to the upper parts of the beach as you go out Saturday but it won't be too difficult. Thanks for the informative videos! My family is sincerely grateful. Port Townsend tide chart key: The tide chart above shows the height and times of high tide and low tide for Port Townsend, Washington. Looking at the tide tables can you please help me figure out when we would want to start our trek and when we should start heading back? More importantly, I had quite the time getting back—even though we left 4 hours before high tide. Is it possible to Glass hunt during Feb, March ? If you don’t stop along the way for the tiny stuff (unless rare of course ;) it’s about 1 1/2 hours down :) enjoy! Keep a keen eye out BEFORE you reach the point and beyond. We managed to make it back to North Beach with dry feet and a handy little walking stick, found out of necessity along the way. Yes, it’s a beautiful stony pebbled beach within view on clear days, Canada over the Juan De Fuca Strait. we are going to be there from 18-24 May 2019. A few thousand people doing that will destroy the site. It gets problematic when the tides go over 7ft. Many researchers are coming to research on some rare sea glasses as well as basalt, quartz, and jasper. The North Beach headlands that extend east from McCurdy Point toward Point Wilson Lighthouse offer a four mile stretch of beach for beach combing where agates, driftwood, colorful rocks and sea glass might be found. You will find many glass pieces here and beyond. Would the tides be okay to venture out to Glass Beach this Saturday, August 18? Fort Bragg, California. Susan Gilder... the tides are good on April 9th at North Beach in Port Townsend. There's not as much sea glass here, but still a lot more than most beaches. I want to go to glass beach. Is the walk out to glass beach relatively flat? After rounding the point you will be on Glass Beach. Can someone tell me what time I should start heading out? In the past, McCurdy Point was a remote bluff located several miles west of Port Townsend and a great place to dump trash before modern environmental concerns and local real estate development prohibited the dumping. Head to North Beach, just west of Fort Worden State Park, and continue walking along the sand for about 90 minutes, and you’ll reach the best Glass Beach has to offer. Had two really great trips making it out to the point the second trip. The tides look good next Friday and Saturday, May 4th and 5th. Besides getting towed, the potential for getting trapped due to tides is way higher than via the North Beach route. blessings, Tim Blair. It is almost impossible for me to focus! The tides are not as favorable on Saturday, May 12th. Situated on the Olympic Peninsula, the beach is a great tourist attraction and the gravel fields are in abundance. Comb through the sand and small rocks at these spots to uncover a variety of small, but colorful pieces. How are the conditions currently? We want to drive up from Southern Oregon. How long would you say it takes to walk out to glass bleach? We are physically fit and avid The following map illustrates my route this week that brought me only 1.5 miles west on the beach from the North Beach parking lot. I usually go out there oh Mondays but that group from Seattle needed my service on Tuesday. I’d love to get my daughter started this summer. Most hikers who are determined to go out to Glass Beach beyond McCurdy Point must make that trek when tides are at least less than seven feet. Didn't make it too far off North Beach parking, but still plenty to see and find. This email address is being protected from spambots. Our take for the day? If you drive to the park it is best to arrive in your tow vehicle or dinghy as there is limited parking for larger vehicles. By 8:30am on Saturday it will be around 6.5ft. The tide schedule was perfect, the sea shrinking away as we walked towards the point. This is not a dangerous height for the hiker but it does leave little time out on glass beach to do a thorough hunt for the sea glass. We did get a little cought up in the search , which made the walk back a little tricky I'd say we were at the beach approximately two hours. Drive to North Beach parking lot, 5880 Kuhn St. in Port Townsend, WA. I'm going out there for my annual trip to see the kids. The town is a magnet for tourists as it offers much to see and do, including unique Victorian structures constructed during the 1850's boon. After making it out to the beach below McCurdy Point I began finding fragments of glass immediately before the point and southward after it. Glass Beach At Port Townsend The parking for Glass Beach is at the North Beach Parking Lot (5787 Kuhn St, Port Townsend, WA 98368). Let me know how you did with your hunt. The tides start looking much better on Monday (14th) and Tuesday (15th) of the next week and will allow for more time out there and the tides return higher later in the day. You'll both have a great time. Please refer to my video, "The sea is His, for He made it, and His hands formed the dry land. I printed out the tidal charts but would appreciate advice from the beach combing veterans. The beach area called "Glass Beach" actually begins at McCurdy Point and spreads southwesterly. Don't expect them to always be lying out in the open, which are the pieces that people will seek and obtain first. You’ve shared your passion for sea glass and I’m definitely hooked. I just watched the one about the types of glass and I am wondering what type is the one that looks more opaque and a very light aqua, almost white? However, searching for and finding sea glass is only half the fun. I'm sure you can find great quality beach glass in various locations but not concentrated into an area such as Glass Beach in Port Townsend. I’ve been to this beach twice, & decided to try the Cape George route today. Live the island life for a little while, and gaze at … The higher tides tend to cover the beach and make it very difficult to hike out to the point if you haven't done your homework! Time? Sitting today with very sore calves and slightly tender knees, I can confirm for those who have already commented accordingly that this trek is not an easy one, and while we are avid hikers, this was our first real hike of the season, and six miles isn't a short jaunt. Just eight miles north of Mendocino, a beautiful coastline along Fort Bragg holds many little sea glass treasures. I came across your blog while trying to find the location to the beach in Port Townsend where I can find beach glass. Of particular note - well frosted glass appears nice and shiny when wet; don't be disappointed when your "shiny root beer brown" glass becomes dull and lifeless when dry. I always consult the tide schedules and go when the low tides are in the middle of the day. Thank you so much! Do you agree? We will need to get the ferry from Coupeville to Port Townsend and then drive to the North Beach parking lot. Please be careful! February 2016, All I’m For more information on Glass Beach click here. Note: Jefferson County Fairgrounds has no set check out time and you are welcome to leave your RV parked there into the late afternoon / evening as long as you don’t stay the night. Port Townsend boasts a multitude of interesting places to visit, stay and explore. Plan your hike to glass beach on an outgoing tide and begin your return shortly after low tide. I've had great hunting Spring or Fall. I spoke with a very nice woman walking around at the marina who offered to let me be her “guest,” but apparently they go tow. Walk west on North Beach for 2.7 miles to McCurdy Point. Melinda, Taking glass off the beach is prohibited within the state park! Common colors, such as clear, amber, or green, are abundant on sea glass beaches. It was one of the first safe harbors to be found after traversing the open Straights of Juan De Fuca from the perilous Pacific Ocean. The 2.6 mile hike from North Beach Park to the old dumping grounds will take you along the majestic shores of the Straights of Juan De Fuca where you can see across to Vancouver Island in Canada, watch huge freighters coming and going to Puget Sound and watch for wildlife such as sea otters, bald eagles, whales and more. Thanks. After you have rounded the point you will notice concentrated gravel beds up close to the bluff. This is where I found a large piece of cobalt blue glass that was wedged beneath a rock, but glimmered in the sun. The walk back kicked my behind haha not knowing exactly how the tides work, only high and low tied for today was a bit of an oversight on our behalf. (see our page "Sea Glass" for information about sea glass, types, quality, grading and art- it's still under construction), a collection of sea glass found in about an hour and a half, The sea glass hoard from a few hours on Glass Beach. I use a phone app called "tides" that gives me all I need. I see many ladies out there alone almost every time I go out. The bigger sea glass pieces are typically found out on Glass Beach though. But I still made it out to the point! Thanks! Thanks! At McCurdy point, we saw the "famed axle", as well as a few more heavily rusted relics including a large chain, pipe, metal bar, and settled in to find spots to search. Love all your information! Not wanting to wait until April/May. We are thinking about checking out glass beach with our 4 kids weekend of sept 27/28. Hi Tim, Love this post. The real hunt is for diverse colors such as greens, blues and various others shades. Hi, thank you for the information and I wonder what April 9th would be like as I could come over to Port Townsend from Idaho that week. I usually wear rubber boots allowing me the option to stand at the water's edge and dig through the rock beds and not worry about getting my feet wet. Have a great time! We're coming from Iowa so I'd like some expert advice before purchasing plane tickets :). Will it be unsafe to access the beach? Or because there are nice rocks at North Beach? Most the time they go with someone but there are many who do the hike alone. Thanks for sharing though. Love your site, thanks for posting it. 6) EXPECT to find an overwhelming amount of clear glass, followed by brown, green, blue, and light blue. I did speak to that couple briefly. My sis and I will be in the area Friday May 4th & Saturday May 5th 2018 - I cannot seem to find area tide info, can you assist? Wondering if it is a safe day. Is early Sept a good time for the trek? We arrive at 9 we arrive at beach about 10.45. On one of your next RVing adventures, discover a secret place known as Glass Beach near the town of Port Townsend on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. August 10, 2012 at 10:04 AM We had a beautiful day for sea glass hunting. Tim, thank you for such a thorough website. Tide Times are PST (UTC -8.0hrs). Being avid hikers, we took advantage of the beautiful day and power walked a good portion of the way, enjoying the fresh sea air and marveling at the amazing cliff to our left, a cliff which very much appears to be many, many feet of compacted SAND! To those willing to hunt farther down the treasure keeps flowing! Attempting to move westerly up North Beach at high tide is not recommended. It too, was previously used as the town dump for many years. There’s so much to find that both trips netted some beautiful finds. McCurdy Point is a 100 foot bluff that extends south and east with elevated headlands. Tim Blair. I have bought sea glass from a sweet couple for my jewelry business from Port Townsend . You will not be alone but traveling out with 5 to 10 other people on any given day. I am looking to hike tomorrow to Glass Beach, just wondering if the tides look good for the day?and if so what time should I leave the parking lot to start, and then leave the beach to head back? We've explored well over half way down the west facing beach and it keeps on giving. Looks like a short time to search, and tides seem a little weird. https://www.etsy.com/shop/PNWBeachTreasures?ref=search_shop_redirect You said that you prefer to park at North Beach. We found lots of glass (unfortunately not all well worn) right in downtown Port Townsend on the small beach in front of Adams Street Park. Beaches in the northeast United States, California, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Nova Scotia, Australia, Italy northwest England and southern Spain have reputations for their abundance of sea glass. Enjoy, while there are still pieces for the taking, and good luck! Jan, Sounds like you both had a great day. Tim - Is it possible to stay in a very small travel trailer at the North Beach parking lot off Kuhn? Your website is very informative. as I would be trekking all the way from Floriuto visit & try my luck at this location. Thanks so much for the information I have never been there it will be fun. What do you recommend to wear for shoes? With 7.3 billion people on earth, we should re-think such large takings before becomes banned for all! Thank you so much, Saturday, August 19, 2017. A rarer color, blue (my cousin’s favorite), was also readily visible in his jar. The beaches to the west of Port Townsend are some of the best spots in the USA for consistent sea glass. 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