Belfair

State Park - Washington

Belfair State Park is located on Hood Canal three miles (4.8 km) southwest of Belfair in Mason County, Washington. The state park consists of 94 acres (38 ha) of tidal flats, wetlands, and beaches with a 3,720-foot (1,130 m) shoreline. Park activities include camping, fishing, swimming, clam digging, crabbing, birdwatching, and field sports.

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Belfair SP https://parks.state.wa.us/475/Belfair https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belfair_State_Park Belfair State Park is located on Hood Canal three miles (4.8 km) southwest of Belfair in Mason County, Washington. The state park consists of 94 acres (38 ha) of tidal flats, wetlands, and beaches with a 3,720-foot (1,130 m) shoreline. Park activities include camping, fishing, swimming, clam digging, crabbing, birdwatching, and field sports.
Belfair State Park is a year-round camping park situated on the warm saltwater beaches of Hood Canal. The park features saltwater tide flats, wetlands, saltwater recreation, shellfish harvesting, bird watching and a multipurpose grass area popular for softball, soccer, football and kite flying. The park has more than 3,000 feet of freshwater shoreline along Big Mission and Little Mission Creek. The park offers interpretive displays on shellfish, water quality and the life cycle of salmon. The Discover Pass is required for day visits to state parks and access to other state-managed recreation lands. The pass provides access to millions of acres of parks, wildlife areas, trails, natural areas and water-access sites. The annual pass is transferable between two vehicles. • Annual pass: $30 • One-day pass: $10 (transaction and dealer fees may apply) The Discover Pass can be purchased online, by phone or in person. For details, visit www.discoverpass.wa.gov or call (866) 320-9933. Thank you for supporting Washington state recreation lands. Things to remember • Camping reservation may be made for May 15 through Sept. 15 by calling (888) CAMPOUT (888-226-7688). Reservations may be made up to 9 months in advance. Belfair State Park 3151 NE State Route 300 Belfair, WA 98528 (360) 275-0668 State Parks information: (360) 902-8844 • Hours – Park opens at 6:30 a.m. in the summer Reservations: Online at and 8 a.m. in the winter; closes year-round www.parks.state.wa.us or call (888) CAMPOUT or (888) 226-7688 at dusk. Non-camping visitors must leave the park by dusk. Visitors should park in Other state parks located the parking lot by the registration booth in the general area: Twanoh, to help eliminate congestion and damage Jarrell Cove and Potlatch to park grounds. • Wildlife, plants and all park buildings, signs, tables and other structures are Connect with us on social media protected; removal or damage of any www.twitter.com/WAStatePks kind is prohibited. Hunting, feeding of www.facebook.com/WashingtonStateParks wildlife and gathering firewood on state www.youtube.com/WashingtonStateParks park property is prohibited. Firewood is available for purchase. Share your stories and photos: Adventure Awaits.com • One camping party is allowed per site. Maximum of eight people per campsite. ple • Campsites may not be held for other parties. If you would like to support Washington State S Sam Sample Parks even more, please consider making a S • Check-out time is 1 p.m. Check in time is 8 1 donation when renewing your license plate tabs. 20 You also may place a check in a donation box 2017 when 2:30 p.m. Campers need to check in and you visit state parks. Sample register within 30 minutes of arrival. S Donations are a significant part of the State Parks budget and ple S Sam are needed to keep your parks open and operating. 16 • One extra vehicle without sleeping 20 more information, visit www.parks.state.wa.us/donations 9 For 1 0 2 accommodations may be parked at campsite for a fee, if it fits entirely within the designated parking area. All extra vehicle parking must be paid for at the park office. Extra overnight parking also is available near the park office. • Pets must be on a leash no longer than eight-feet-long and under physical control at all times. This includes trail areas and cam sites. Pet owners must clean up after pets on all state park lands. Curb pets’ excessive barking. • Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. • Bicycles should be ridden on paved roads only. Please stay off posted walkways and trails. Due to limited visibility, do not ride bikes after dusk. • Keep valuables and ice chests locked securely and P&R 45-81000-01 (05/17) inside vehicle at night. Washington State Parks Belfair State Park www.parks.state.wa.us Overnight accommodations Belfair State Park To Belfair 86 87 88 182 180 144 146 T37 T38 96 95 94 93 92 91 Cascadia Marine Trail campsite 1,000 Feet T36 T35 T34 Belfair State Park Boundary To Belfair T33 T30 T31 T32 To Ta h u y a Little Mission Creek oad re R o h Sh Canal 145 500 T44 T41 T20 T21 T24 T27 153 151 148 149 150 0 T47 Nort Big Mission Creek 300 Beck Road 122 121 119 117 116 114 113 110 99 1 T18 10200 T14 2 101 11 111 106 10 103 1054 83 84 127 85 126 118 115 0 129 17 130 172 89 131 132 6 90 7 163 1 134 9 17 162 159 161 137 160 Hood 138 156 158 155 181 154 184 141 140 142 143 97 98 68 C6 73 120 Beck Road T19 T17 T16 T15 C4 C3 T11 C5 C8 T5 53 51 54 78 55 58 57 76 75 80 61 81 74 79 77 82 C7 T10 Li t t l e M i ssi o n C re e k 60 T2 Bi g Mi s s i o n C re e k 48 T45 T43 T42 T40 T39 Nort T9 Park amenities Belfair State Park offers several amenities and facilities to make your visit more enjoyable and comfortable, including: • Day-use area offers a new 72-person kitchen shelter, large field for baseball, soccer or football, an unguarded saltwater swimming beach, horseshoe pit, picnic tables, barbecues and a playground. • Moder
Belfair State Park To Belfair T19 T17 T16 T15 C4 C3 T11 122 121 119 117 116 114 113 110 Beck Road 131 120 126 1 T18 10200 10 101 111 106 1 104 3 05 83 84 85 99 T14 130 132 118 11 HB3 5 170 HB4 172 176 163 134 179 162 HB2 159 161 137 160 135 158 156 138 155 181 184 154 140 142 143 144 145 146 153 151 148 149 150 HB1 89 90 86 87 88 T47 T44 T41 T20 T21 T24 T27 T37 T38 96 95 94 93 92 91 Cascadia Marine Trail campsite 500 T36 T35 T34 Belfair State Park Boundary To Belfair T33 ore h Sh T30 T31 182 180 0 C6 73 97 98 L i ttl e M i ssio n C ree k C5 T32 To Ta h u y a Little Mission Creek Nort d Roa Big Mission Creek 300 Beck Road C1 T3 C2 T6 T7 T8 T10 53 51 54 78 58 57 55 75 80 61 81 74 79 77 82 C7 T5 T9 T2 C8 60 B ig Mis s io n C re e k T45 T43 T42 T40 T39 h Nort d Roa e r o Sh 50 49 52 59 56 T22 T23 T25 T26 T28 To Ta h u y a 300 P l u m b Po in t Hood Canal 1,000 Feet P l u m b Po i n t Hood Canal Welcome. Please remember a Discover Pass is required to visit a state park or other state-managed recreation lands. Revenue from Discover Pass replaces general fund tax funding no longer available to cover the cost of operations. Picnic area Ranger station Parking Camping Restroom RV camping Kitchen shelter Cabin ADA accessible Trailer dump Playground Trash compactor 3151 N.E. St. Rt. 300 Belfair, WA 98528 • Information Center (360) 902-8844 Park boundary Campsites Full utility - Sites T1-T47 Utility - Sites 1-47 Standard - Sites 48-184 (Revised 05-11-20)
State parks are listed in green. All state park designated water trail campsites require a nightly fee. 1 San Juan Islands Area 1. Lighthouse Marine Park (Whatcom County Parks) 2. Stuart Island State Park 3. Posey Island State Park 4. San Juan County Park 5. Jones Island State Park 6. Point Doughty State Park 7. Blind Island State Park 8. Shaw County Park (San Juan County Parks) 9. Griffin Bay State Park 10. Odlin Park (San Juan County Parks) 11. Spencer Spit State Park 12. Obstruction Pass State Park 13. Pelican Beach (Department of Natural Resources) 14. Lummi Island (Department of Natural Resources) 15. Cypress Head (Department of Natural Resources) 16. Strawberry Island (Department of Natural Resources) 17. James Island State Park 18. Burrows Island State Park 19. Saddlebag Island State Park 20. Skagit Island State Park 6 2 14 3 7 8 10 12 13 16 11 4 15 19 18 17 9 20 2 1 3 Puget Sound Area – North 4 5 9 6 8 7 10 1. Deception Pass State Park 2. Ala Spit 3. Joseph Whidbey State Park* 4. Oak Harbor City Park 5. Fort Ebey State Park* 6. Fort Worden State Park 7. Fort Flagler State Park* 8. Camano Island State Park 9. Kayak Point – Reservations required, call (360) 652-7992 10. Kinney Point State Park 11. Salsbury Point Waterfront Park (Kitsap County Parks) 12. Possession Point State Park 13. Meadowdale – Reservations required, call (425) 745-5111 12 13 11 Puget Sound Area – South 1 2 3 4 9 5 11 12 7 6 10 13 8 16 17 21 20 18 19 22 15 14 1. Fay Bainbridge State Park* 2. Port of Brownsville 3. Anna Smith Waterfront Park (Kitsap County Parks) 4. Triton Cove 5. Laughlin Cove (Kitsap County Parks) 6. Potlach State Park 7. Belfair State Park 8. Twanoh State Park 9. Manchester State Park 10. Fort Ward State Park 11. Blake Island State Park 12. Wingehaven Park (Vashon Park District) 13. Lisabeula Park (Vashon Park District) 14. Point Robinson Park (Vashon Park District) 15. Narrows Park (Pierce County) 16. Kopachuck State Park* 17. Jarrell Cove State Park 18. Walker County Park - (Mason County Parks) Reservations required, call (360) 427-9670, ext. 535 19. Hope Island State Park 20. Joemma Beach State Park 21. Penrose Point State Park 22. Anderson Island – Reservations required, call (206) 545-9161 Note: The Cascadia Marine Trail is being built through the cooperative efforts of the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, Washington Water Trails Association, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, other state and local government agencies and users like you. *Seasonal closure: Please call (360) 902-8844 or the TDD at (360) 664-3133 for information. P&R 45-12100-1 (2/07) To request this brochure in an alternative format, call (360) 902-8562 or Telephone Device for the Deaf at (360) 664-3133. All Washington state parks are developed and maintained for the enjoyment of all people, regardless of age, sex, creed, ethnic origin or physical limitation. Agency director: Rex Derr Commission members: Mickey Fearn Joe Taller Fred Olson Joan Thomas Bob Petersen Cecilia Vogt Eliot Scull • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • P.O. Box 42650 Olympia, WA 98504-2650 (360) 902-8500 • TDD (360) 664-3133 www.parks.wa.gov Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission Washington Water Trails Association 4649 Sunnyside Avenue North, Room 305 Seattle, WA 98103-6956 (206) 545-9161 wwta@wwta.org Washington Water Trails Association supports the Cascadia Marine Trail through education, on-site stewardship and other programs. Members receive a trail handbook and newsletter. For more information or to help with the trail, contact: Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission 7150 Cleanwater Lane P.O. Box 42650 Olympia, WA 98504-2650 Supporting the trail Cascadia Marine Trail Your guide to the W a s h i n g t o n S t a t e P a r k s Welcome to the Cascadia Marine Trail System point for information on alternative sites. Check ahead with the parks along your route regarding site limitations and availability. Leave no trace behind The Cascadia Marine Trail on Washington’s Puget Sound offers 55 shoreline campsites for travelers using small, wind- or human-powered, beachable watercraft. The trail can be calm or turbulent, suiting a wide range of boater skill levels. Conditions range from quiet South Sound inlets and verdant shores of the Hood Canal to the challenging currents of Deception Pass and outer San Juan Islands. The Cascadia Marine Trail has a wide variety of wildlife whose Puget Sound home is the second largest estuary in the continental United States. Preservation of the shoreline is important because it supports life for salmon, bald eagles, orca whales and thousands of other creatures, including the 4 million humans living in the surrounding watershed area. This brochure lists camping sites along the trail. Please respect the rights of other property owners and use only those sites designated as marine trail sites. Camping fees vary by site; some are free, and s
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