Accessible only by bridge or by boat, Jarrell Cove State Park is a sensory extravaganza, with a chorus of bird calls, saltwater and conifer smells, dense tree stands and opal-colored water all around.
Enclosed by Puget Sound and surrounded by Case Inlet and Pickering Passage, this park on Harstine Island is a watery haven with excellent opportunities for swimming, diving, and boating. An amphitheater, sports fields, and camping make for entertainment and activities on terra-firma. The sound of a boat chugging up to a buoy, the smell of a campfire and the sight of kids playing volleyball create a patchwork of humans in harmony with nature.
Whether you’re there for the peace or the sociability, a day or a weekend at Jarrell Cove will put a smile on your face long after you’re back to the grind.
Jarrell Cove State Park is a 67-acre marine camping park with 3,500 feet of saltwater shoreline in the northwest of Harstine Island, in south Puget Sound.
South Dock Now Has Power Available To Boaters
Jarrell Cove’s South Dock now has power available to boaters. In addition to moorage fees there is a $6.00, per night, surcharge for the use of electricity.
Jarrell Cove administers five other satellite parks, including Harstine Island, McMicken Island, Stretch Point, Eagle Island and Hope Island state parks. Harstine Island Marine State Park is a day-use park with beach access via a half-mile trail. It is a 2-mile drive from Jarrell Cove. The other satellite parks are accessible only by boat and offer buoys for moorage.
Jarrell Cove offers 14 moorage buoys and 650-feet of moorage and dock space.
Moorage fees are charged year round for mooring at docks, floats and buoys from 1 p.m. to 8 a.m. Daily and annual permits are available. For more information, call 360-902-8844.
This facility is open year-around, 24 hours a day. There is no floating dock available. You will encounter a Sani-sailor pumpout at this facility. A slip is available for pumpout usage. Access to this pumpout is limited to vessels with a length of no more than 40-feet. There is a stationary pumpout. The stationary pumpout is located on the dock.
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