What can I see and do at Odin County Park?
The gently sloping sandy beach at Odin is a rare feature in the San Juans. The nearby towering Upright Head also protects the beach from most strong currents. The Park also includes recreational fields, established evergreen forest, and a dock.
- Launch your boat here for a day or overnight trip, there is plenty of parking so you can leave your car overnight.
- Reserve one of the popular waterfront campsites. Choose one on the low open shore or tucked in the trees on the high bank.
- Kids and brave adults swim in the chilly clear water along the sandy beach.
- Large picnic shelters and group sites are available for events of all kinds.
Where is Odin County Park?
The Park is just a mile from the Ferry Landing, which makes it a great choice for bicycle campers or backpackers. From the Ferry Landing head south on the main road and then take a right once you reach the bottom the long hill. The Park entrance is marked by a large sign and towering Douglas firs.
When is Odin County Park open?
The Park is open year round for camping and daytime use. During the summer it gets quite busy with locals and tourists enjoying the beach and other amenities. It’s a good idea to reserve campsites and picnic shelters during the busy season.
How much does Odin County Park cost?
The Park is free for daytime use but there are fees for camping and event reservations. Camping varies seasonally with lower costs in the winter. Camping fees are $10/person/night.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
The friendly County Park staff can help you with any questions you might have. (360) 378-8420.