What can I see and do at Spencer Spit State Park?
The Parks campsites are spread under the evergreen forest that runs along the shore. Most of the sites are well spaced from other sites and offer both privacy and plenty of room. Group sites can include covered kitchen areas and sleeping shelters. Overall this Park is a great option for comfy car camping in a lovely island setting.
- Rent a kayak at the Park for an easy and gorgeous paddle along the shore.
- Kids will love biking on the quiet Park roads, finding the playground equipment and running along the open beach.
- This is one of the best island campgrounds for large groups. Great for family reunions or a unique destination wedding.
- The Park is famous for its clamming and crabbing, be sure to get a license so you can feast of fresh seafood.
Where is Spencer Spit State Park?
The Park is along the northeast shore of Lopez Island. From the Ferry Landing head inland on Ferry Road and then curve left onto Center Road. Next take a left onto Cross Road. The next turn is right onto Port Stanley Road and then left onto Bakerview Road, which will run right into the Park.
When is Spencer Spit State Park open?
The Park is closed from October through March. It gets quite busy during the summer months so be sure to make a reservation.
How much does Spencer Spit State Park cost?
The sites vary in cost depending on their location and number of campers/vehicles. They are usually between $12-$45 for regular sites. For day use you must have a Washington State Discover Pass, which is $10.00 for the day or $30.00 for an annual Pass.
Who can I call if I have more questions?
The State Park information line can provide you with information and help you arrange a reservation. (360) 902-8844.