Kingston to Point No Point Lighthouse

Kingston, Washington

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An easily accessed paddle for those in the urban Puget Sound areas, the route begins in a busy harbor and quickly sheds all signs of development. Enjoy views of Edmonds, Mukilteo, and southern Whidbey Island, passing ships, and the Point No Point lighthouse, built in 1880. With three launches, you have plenty of options and routes to choose from. The route follows the North Kitsap Water Trail, which was under development in late 2011 (see Resources).
Kayaking Puget Sound, the San Juans, & Gulf Islands

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Kayaking Puget Sound, the San Juans, & Gulf Islands

by Rob Casey (The Mountaineers Books)

An easily accessed paddle for those in the urban Puget Sound areas, the route begins in a busy harbor and quickly sheds all signs of development.

Enjoy views of Edmonds, Mukilteo, and southern Whidbey Island, passing ships, and the Point No Point lighthouse, built in 1880. With three launches, you have plenty of options and routes to choose from. The route follows the North Kitsap Water Trail, which was under development in late 2011 (see Resources).

© 2012 Rob Casey/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Sea Kayaking
Nearby City: Kingston
Distance: 7
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: Part Day To Full Day.
Season: Spring to Fall
Local Maps: SeaTrails, Wa 104 & 105; Noaa chart 18473 (1:25,000); 18440 (1:150,000); Tide Tables for puget Sound.
Driving Directions: Directions to Kingston to Point No Point Lighthouse

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