Friends of Point No Point Lighthouse web site: https://pnplighthouse.com/a-little-light-history
Detailed information from Kitsap County:
As I began my walk past the lighthouse a slight drop off down onto the beach provided a great access point. The point flowed south from there with a gentle sloping beach. The access is so easy that the day was filled with many beach visitors enjoying a brief walk down the rocky shore. Most visitors with average ability should be able to enjoy a beach combing experience at this location. My goal however was not to walk but to slowly comb the beach for treasures. As you walk south down the beach you will find a greater concentration of rock beds the further you go. You will also find a good supply of drift wood, logs and washed up debris higher up on the beach that will provide good places to rest and take in the view.
Within a few hours of thorough searching I was able to accumulate a small pile of sea glass and a small collection of agates. These were found within the numerous rock beds further down the beach. The best find of the day, though, was my first glass bottle stopper which was well worn. View the bottle stopper below at the lower right portion of the photo.
I do recommend this beach for beginner beach combers who are looking for a simple walk with easy access from the parking area. There are also public restrooms located in the parking lot. There were no day use or access fees required for parking. Have a great time at Point No Point Lighthouse and beach!