BEACH LAKE CONSERVATION AREA TEMPORARILY CLOSED to All Public Use
to Respect
Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe. 


No Walk In Use Allowed.


Violators Will be Ticketed and Towed.



Nearby Shoreline Access Points Include Ediz Hook and Freshwater Bay.
 
 

 


Site history and project background

Ben and Isabel Phillips moved to Port Angeles in 1914 and soon established the First National Bank of Port Angeles. In the mid-1930s, the Phillips purchased a 70-acre farm including the land where the Beach Lake Site now resides. After four generations of Phillips Family ownership,  the Coastal Watershed Institute purchased  the Beach Like Conservation Area land from the Phillips  family with aid from federal and local grants. 

Information on the Beach Lake Ecosystem Restoration and Conservation project can be found on the CWI blog post: Elwha Nearshore Rising: Beach Lake Shoreline Restoration


Information on the Phillips Cabin is here: Phillips Cabin Beach Lake Conservation Area