Ruby Beach is located at the northern end of a series of beaches in the Kalaloch area of the Olympic National Park in Washington State. It is one of the many wilderness beaches that can be enjoyed in this diverse national park. A moderately steep .25 mile trail leads down to the beach through a sand blasted forest. The trail emerges where Cedar Creek empties into the ocean. Piles of driftwood logs line the border of this beach and sea stacks can be seen just offshore.