Registration Now Open!
This year’s Washington Coast Cleanup will be on Saturday, April 21st. All CoastSavers volunteer registration occurs online. Click here to register for a beach segment of your choice, including the Lyre Conservation Area.
In celebration of the 48th Earth Day on April 22nd, join Washington CoastSavers for the largest beach cleanup effort in the state! Last year, over 1,300 volunteers removed over 14 tons of debris from beaches between the Columbia River and Port Townsend.
Carpooling is encouraged.
Post Cleanup BBQs
In appreciation of all the time, energy and gas money that volunteers contribute to participate, CoastSavers and partners will be hosting BBQs at the following locations (check at the sign-in station for more details on BBQ offerings):
- Hobuck Beach Resort (near Neah Bay): Surfrider Foundation
- Chito Beach Resort (near Clallam Bay): Lions Club
- Ozette Ranger Station: Friends of Olympic National Park
- Lost Resort (just outside Park near Ozette): Rob’s Famous Bean Soup
- Three Rivers Fire Station (near Forks): Surfrider Foundation
- Kalaloch Campground: Kalaloch Lodge
- Twin Harbors State Park (near Westport): Surfrider Foundation
Free Camping and Passes
Front country camping at Olympic National Parks coastal campgrounds is on a first-come, first-served basis, and camping will be FREE for Cleanup participants on the nights of Friday, April 20 and Saturday, April 21. If you will be wilderness camping within Olympic National Park, you’ll need to check in at the Olympic National Park Wilderness Information Center (WIC) in Port Angeles to get your permit, but camping and permit fees will be waived (FREE) for Cleanup participants on these nights. The Park will also waive all wilderness permit fees and entrance fees for coastal areas during the Cleanup for participants. The WIC in Port Angeles is open Friday through Monday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For directions, trail status and other info, call the WIC at (360) 565-3100 or visit the WIC website.
Washington State Parks allows cleanup volunteers to access their shores and parking areas without a Discovery Pass on April 21st.