JEFFERSON COUNTY, Wash. - The National Parks Service announced Ruby Beach will be closed for three months to improve their parking and access roads.
According to the National Parks Services, the beach will be closed for an estimated 90-day period in May or June. During this time, the public will not be able to use the Ruby Beach parking lot or access trail.
The beach will close on June 16 and the project will last until mid-September.
A trail to the overlook of the beach will remain open during construction.
Ruby Beach landed a top spot on Tripadvisor’s 2022 "Best of the Best Beaches" in the United States.
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