Stuart Island State Park in Washington

Stuart Island State Marine Park


Beautiful and peaceful Stuart Island State Marine Park has several campsites, mooring buoys and two docks. The rest of the Island is also fun to explore.

What can I see and do at Stuart Island State Marine Park?

The two park sites at Reid and Prevost Harbor both have docks and mooring buoys. The campsites are in attractive wooded areas and have drinking water available in the summer. The parks also have great picnic spots if you are just coming for the day. The rest of Stuart Island is crisscrossed by several rustic roads, one of which leads out to the picturesque Stuart Island Lighthouse. Be sure to stop and check out the modern one room schoolhouse that the community built.

Where is Stuart Island State Marine Park?

The park is located on the east side of Stuart Island and includes parts of both Prevost and Reid Harbors. Several of the campsites in Reid Harbor are reserved for wind and human powered craft only as part of the Cascadia Marine Trail project.

When is Stuart Island State Marine Park open?

The park is open all year long for both camping and day use. The entrances to the bays can be tricky for boats with deep hulls so be careful about how you enter the harbors.

How much does Stuart Island State Marine Park cost?

You need a Discover Pass to visit the park. Day Pass: $10. Annual Pass: $30. The park has camping fees between $12-37 dollars, which vary seasonally. The Island has no other services or public accommodation, so be sure to be sure you bring everything you need.

Who can I call if I have more questions?

The Washington State Park Information Line can help you with any questions you might have. (360) 902-8844.


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