Burn Ban - Level 1

Fires allowed in all designated fire pits and grills. Propane and gas grills allowed.

A metal ramp with green mildew leads to a floating dock with two large wooden supports and three wooden supports and an orange throw ring at the end of the dock. A small boat is tied to the left side. Large evergreen trees, a grassy area with a rocky beach and blue sky are seen in the background.
Looking down a long, tiered grey dock with wooden supports leading to blue-green water with tall evergreen trees and a blue sky in the background.
At the rocky water's edge, looking at blue-green water, a  white boat with a green strip sits behind an evergreen tree on the left, across the water are more evergreen trees. A wooden dock sits on the right side with a boat tied to the end of the dock.
A small red car is parked in an asphalt paved parking lot, lined with cement bumper blocks. A brown restroom sits behind the red car. A sign on the left side of the parking area reads, "No overnight parking or camping" with a Discover Pass required sign underneath. Tall evergreen trees surround the entire area.
Looking down a set of grey stairs with wood rails, sites the start of the grey dock, tall evergreen trees and blue-green water. A small wood shake roof can be seen behind the staircase rails on the left side.

Pleasant Harbor State Park Property

U.S. Highway 101, Brinnon, WA 98320

Pleasant Harbor is a cozy one-acre state park property for overnight moorage only. There are no services here. This is an ideal spot to tie up your boat and enjoy what Hood Canal has to offer including excellent shellfishing and water sports.


  • Dogs Allowed on Leash
  • Fires not Allowed

There are no services or potable water at this park.



Bird Watching




Scuba Diving

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Park features


Mountain View

Rocky Beach


Seasonal Wildflowers

Wildlife Viewing


  • Dogs Allowed on Leash
  • Fires not Allowed

There are no services or potable water at this park.


Map & visitor guide

47.6646, -122.9139


The park offers 120 feet of moorage docks available on a first-come, first-served basis. You may stay up to three consecutive nights.

Water activities

In season, you can catch salmon, shrimp and crab in the cold waters of Hood Canal. May and June are shrimp season months and this park can get quite busy. Swimming, rafting and scuba diving are other fun options in this area.