Scattered boulders and short walls. Shaded all day and likely slow to dry, but compact rock compared to other areas of Chuckanut Sandstone.
Park at the Clayton Beach main parking lot and walk the road/trail behind the toilets(no vehicle access) ~20 minutes to a junction with an unmarked/gated spur(gate down). Take a right onto this spur and walk ~10 minutes to an easy to miss decommissioned road that splits right. Stay on the main road (left) and walk ~150-200 paces. If you reach an area where the forest opens on the left, you have gone a bit too far. Head uphill on whatever route looks easiest and a few boulders will come into view. Another 100' uphill from here is a short wall with a handcrack.