Belfair State Park

Belfair State Park is a 65-acre, year-round camping park on 3,720-feet of saltwater shoreline at the southern end of Hood Canal in western Washington. It is noted for its saltwater tide flats, wetlands with wind-blown beach grasses and pleasant areas for beach walking and saltwater swimming.

This scenic park lends itself to kite fliers and windsurfers with the warm summer breezes. Interpretive programs are held all summer long. Kayakers will enjoy day trips or overnight outings from the easily accessible sloping gravel beaches. Fall brings large salmon runs to the creeks that flow through the park.
  1. Activities
  2. Camping
  3. History
  4. Maps

Picnic & Day-Use Facilities
The park has two picnic shelters with no electricity, available first-come, first-served. Groups of 50 people or more need to contact the park at 360-275-0668 about group accommodations and activities.

The park has two sheltered and 130 unsheltered picnic tables. Braziers and ADA picnic tables are available. The day-use area is very level and has ADA restroom facilities and beach access.

There is a large playing field for sports, and a play area for children is nearby. The warm waters and fine gravel beaches of this Hood Canal park are ideally suited for swimming, snorkeling, wind surfing, kayaking, and other water activities.

Activities
Water Activities & Features
  • Clamming
  • Crabbing
  • Freshwater fishing
  • Oysters
  • Saltwater fishing
  • Swimming
Other Activities & Features
  • Badminton area
  • Beach exploration
  • Bird watching
  • Two fire circles
  • Two horseshoe pits
  • Two volleyball fields
Additional Information
  • One multi-purpose grass area may be used for softball, soccer, or football. The park is situated on the warm saltwater beaches of Hood Canal. A bathhouse is nearby. An open field near Hood Canal is popular for kite flying.
  • A state fishing license is required to fish Big Mission and Little Mission creeks, and a state saltwater license is is required for crab and shellfish harvesting and fishing. Shellfish regulations change periodically, so it is encouraged that you check the most recent updates before collecting shellfish.
  • The Department of Natural Resources Tahuya Multiple Use Area is nearby, with trails for motorcycles, mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, and off-road vehicles. There are several golf courses in the area.
  • Gathering firewood is not allowed, but firewood is for sale in the park.
  • A recreational license is required for fishing and shellfish harvesting at Washington state parks. For regulations, fishing season information, or to purchase a recreational license, visit the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.