Skagit Island Marine State Park
Skagit Island Marine State Park has the feel of the San Juan Islands but is closer and more accessible to most Puget Sound area locations. Located within kayaking distance of Cornet Bay in Deception Pass State Park, this little island has it all. Forest, meadows, rock outcroppings, sandy beaches and blue water are all on offer here.
Despite its small size, Skagit Island provides camping for all boaters, as well as primitive sites for paddlers. For those who prefer to camp on their boats, there are two mooring buoy on the northwest side of the island.
This may be a getaway that offers solitude and a feeling of seclusion, even though it's quite close to civilization.
Skagit Island Marine State Park is a 25-acre marine camping park in Skagit Bay.
Located in the San Juan Islands, Skagit Island Marine State Park has two moorage buoys available. Moorage fees are charged year round for mooring at docks, floats, and buoys from 1 p.m. to 8 a.m.
Latitude: 48° 24' 53" N (48.4147) Longitude: 122° 34' 53.01" W (-122.5813)
The park features one primitive campsite, one marine trail site and a vault toilet. The campsite on the point is for all users. The Cascadia Marine Trail site is west of the vault toilet and is only for guests arriving by wind- or human-powered watercraft. Gas stoves are recommended. No fire stoves or firewood are available. There is no potable water or garbage service to the island. Visitors must pack out what they pack in.
Check-in time is 2:30 p.m.
Check-out time is 1 p.m.
Overnight vehicle fees must be paid at the Cornet Bay watercraft launch.
Fees For fee information, check out our camping rates page.