Carr Inlet

Carr Inlet

Kopachuck State Park

Kopachuck has two moorage buoys offshore of the park.

Washington State Park Link

Cutts Island State Park

47º 19′ 12″ N (47.32)  122º 41′ 10″ W (-122.6861)

There are eight buoys available.

Penrose Point State Park

This park is mentioned as one of the best kept secrets of the Washington State Parks. What say you?

Washington State Parks Link

Lakebay Marina Resort

Lakebay has new ownership as of (2013?). They are bringing this classic spot back to life!

In the 1920’s and 30’s, Lakebay was a stop on the Shelton run for the Mosquito Fleets of Puget Sound.

Local owhership means local fare. The cafe serves fresh fish and chips and ground chuck burgers with hand cut fries. You’ll find only Washington beers for sale here! If you plan on a friday or saturday night stay you’ll find live music, they’ll fit all boats in somehow!

Bay Lake is an 11 minute walk. Great for trout fishing and swimming in the summer. Campsites and cabin rentals are available for your non-boating friends.

Of course, just across the bay is Penrose Point State Park (see above), a 150 acre park and a kids dream.

Clear gas and diesel mixed with Soltron.

Lakebay Marina Resort

15 Lorenz Road
Lakebay, WA. 98349


N47° 12′ 34.77″~W122° 45′ 15.71″

Peace and quiet is what you will find at the Longbranch Wharf. What an amazing view of Mt. Rainier! A fun place to get away, that isn’t to far away. Docks with power, water and a covered picnic area.
The Longbranch Improvement Club also has a clubhouse that can be rented for special events. If you haven’t been to Longbranch in a while, the Improvement Club has done just that.
Longbranch Improvement Club, Marina
5213 Key Peninsula Hwy. South
Longbranch, WA 98351
(253) 884-1384

Private Islands

Fox Island
Anderson Island

Correctional Facilities

McNeil Island (Sorry, no landings. We can’t visit you)