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Blake Island State Park

Blake Island State Park
P.O. Box 42650
Washington 98504


A highlight of this 475 acre marine-camping park, reachable only by tour or private boat, is its 5 mile sandy shoreline offering outstanding views of the Olympic Mountains, volcanoes, and the Seattle skyline. In addition to offering a rich history, features/amenities include interpretive trails and activities, miles of hiking trails, a host of land and water recreation, and an impressive variety of plant, animal, and marine life. The park is also home to Tillicum Village where you can enjoy a Northwest Indian dining and cultural experience. Camping is on a first come first served basis. There are barbecue grills located in the day use area. They offer a dump station, restrooms (one ADA), and a shower area. There are specific camp sites on the west end of the island for canoers and kayakers, as well as some additional primitive sites. There are no electric or water hookups at the campgrounds.

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