We went for a WTA two-night backpacking trip from Tuesday 3/15 to Thursday 3/17. We camped at Cape Alava the first night, then Sand Point the second night. It was a beautiful week out on the coast, and we got lucky with the weather.
The flush bathrooms and water spigot at the trailhead were both closed for the season; the vault toilet in the parking lot is open and seems to be actively serviced (toilet paper and hand sanitizer).
The trail from the trailhead to Cape Alava was muddy in places, but overall the boardwalk and trail were in good shape. The stream/water source at Cape Alava was flowing beautifully! Easy to collect and very quick-moving. Campsites were in good shape. The privy we used was also in good shape, although the door does not lock. We saw a ton of deer here, and they were hanging out pretty close to our campsite, but didn't bother us.
The beach from Cape Alava to Sand Point was mostly fine, although there were several fallen trees that were difficult to cross during higher tide (we waited one out). We walked past a couple of larger washed up animals, like a seal. Slippery as usual, so poles can be helpful.
The water source at Sand Point was flowing very well. A quote from a member of our party: "Your dog can surf on this water!" Campsites were in good shape. We camped on the north side because the south side can be incredibly windy. The privy we used was in decent shape, although I highly recommend scoping out the closest one to you during the daytime as they can be hard to find.
The trail back out from Sand Point to the trailhead was also largely fine. Again, some puddles that we walked around, but great overall, not much to report.