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Welcome to McKees Beach

Located just two miles south of Kayak Point, west-facing McKees Beach offers sweeping views of Port Susan with Camano Island as a distant backdrop. Featuring a mixture of beautifully remodeled and “diamond in the rough” homes, 90 in total, the small, beachfront community boasts a grand lifestyle that encourages outdoor living, personal relaxation, and quality family time.

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Community Life

This vibrant, beachfront community affords residents with year-round activities that promote a positive and healthy lifestyle. For water-lovers, calm waters offer the perfect setting for swimming, kayaking and paddle boarding, while the deeper waters off-shore stake claim to those who enjoy tubing, crabbing, and boating. Bicycles abound when the sun is out, filling the streets with the sounds of families and children; beach-combing for sea glass is a local favorite. Neighbors quickly become like family in this tight-knit, beachfront community.

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Good for the Soul

A magical feeling takes hold when you’re able to sit back and truly enjoy your surroundings. McKees Beach lends itself to a stress-free lifestyle rich with tranquil water views; an active maritime wildlife; an abundance of beach-friendly and family-fun activities; and unobstructed, unforgettable sunsets. McKee Beach is where you go to inhale the salty air, breathe in life, and exhale all your worries.

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Nature's Paradise

The waters off McKees Beach offer maritime wildlife a protected waterway to roam freely, while the quiet on-shore locale of the community has created an environment that’s welcoming to the wildlife of all kinds throughout the year. Gray whales (beginning each March), Doll porpoises, Bald eagles, Orca whales, deer, and numerous species of bird provide residents an opportunity to experience the splendor of what the Pacific Northwest has to offer. With the Olympics and Mount Rainier as a backdrop to breaching whales, it’s not uncommon for patios and the beach to be commandeered by residents and passersby soaking up the scene.

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