|• 2.5 mi. Hiking Trails|
• 2.5 mi. Bike Trails
|• Boating (saltwater)|
• 158 feet of dock (saltwater)
• 270 feet of moorage (saltwater)
• Fishing (saltwater)
• Personal Watercraft (saltwater)
• Swimming (saltwater)
• Water Skiing (saltwater)
|• Beach Exploration|
• Bird Watching
• 3 Fire Circles
• 2 Horseshoe pits
• Interpretive Activities
• Mountain Biking
• Wildlife Viewing
The park has no lifeguard and no designated swim area.
A recreational license is required for fishing and shellfish harvesting at Washington state parks. For regulations, fishing season information or to purchase a recreational license, visit the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife website.
Volleyball can be played on the lawn in the day-use area, but visitors must bring their own free-standing volleyball sets. Bikes are allowed on all trails except the interpretive trail.
Bay Lake, a popular trout fishing lake, is located a mile from the park. A boat launch is available there, but parking requires a Department of Fish and Wildlife sticker.
Free days at state parks
: Visit Washington state parks for free. The Discover Pass is not required to visit a state park on ten designated free days in 2013.
The 2013 State Parks free days are as follows:
Jan. 21 – In honor of Martin Luther King Day
March 30 – In honor of Washington State Parks' 100th birthday on March 19
April 27 and 28 – National Parks Week
June 1 – National Trails Day
June 8 and 9 – National Get Outdoors Day and Department of Fish and Wildlife Free Fishing weekend
Aug. 4 – Peak season free day
Sept. 28 – National Public Lands Day
Nov. 9 through 11 – Veteran's Day weekend
Please note: A Discover Pass is still required to access lands managed by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife during State Parks free days. For more information, please visit www.discoverpass.wa.gov
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The park provides 158 feet of dock. A picnic area with tables, braziers and a fire ring with benches are located near the dock. A short trail leads uphill to a small picnic shelter, visitor parking lot, campground and public restrooms. The nearest public boat launch is located in the town of Home, three miles from the park.
The park also provides 270 feet of moorage, eight moorage buoys and a pumpout station.Moorage fees
are charged year round for mooring at docks, floats and buoys from 1 p.m. to 8 a.m. Daily and annual permits are available. For more information, call (360) 902-8844.
Picnic and Day-use Facilities
The park has two picnic shelters without electricity and 60 unsheltered picnic tables. All are first come, first served.
A spacious day-use area at the beach features a large lawn, picnic tables, braziers, a small picnic shelter and a restroom.