Blake Island State Park

Blake Island State Park is located on Blake Island in Puget Sound. The Park is in Kitsap County located between downtown Seattle and the town of Manchester.

The pumpout is located at:
Latitude: 47° 32' 34.81" (47.543)
Longitude: 122° 28' 57.08" (-122.48252)

Pumpout Facility Information
Blake Island State Park has a public marina with a float mounted self-pump SaniSailor pumpout with porta-potty dump station. The pumpout is open the year-around from 8 a.m. to dusk. Access to this pumpout is limited to vessels of not more than 40 feet. 

Marine Services
Overnight moorage is available for a fee with a guest dock of 1026 feet in length. The total estimated guest boat capacity is approximately 40 boats depending on length. There are 24 buoys available for overnight moorage also for a fee. 30 amp electrical service is available at the guest docks. The minimum depth at mean low tide is approximately 10 feet.

Annual Natural Investment Pass (boat launch) - $80
Annual moorage permit - $5 per foot with a $60 minimum
Daily moorage fee - 70 cents per foot with a minimum of $12
Moorage buoys - $15 per night

Day-Use & Campground Accommodations
On shore campsites available for overnight stays for a fee. Fires are allowed in designated fire rings only. A variety of campsites are available, some with shade and some in open areas near the beach. Showers are available for a fee.

There are three picnic shelters and picnic tables available for day use and barbecue pits are available near picnic tables and shelters.