Illahee State Park Campground

Bremerton, Washington

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Here is one of those classic Northwest spots that makes spontaneous car camping such a delightful proposition in this region. Situated on a high bluff that guards the southern entrance to Port Orchard Passage, Illahee State Park is a gem of a destination roughly an hour west of Seattle by ferry and about half that amount of time by car from Tacoma. Or you can get there on the Edmonds-Kingston run (just north of Seattle) and sightsee your way south with numerous interesting side trips. With 1,785 feet of saltwater frontage on the bay and a 354-foot dock with a flotilla of moorage buoys, you could easily slip into this quiet haven by boat.

Illahee State Park Campground Professional Review and Guide

"Here is one of those classic Northwest spots that makes spontaneous car camping such a delightful proposition in this region.

Situated on a high bluff that guards the southern entrance to Port Orchard Passage, Illahee State Park is a gem of a destination roughly an hour west of Seattle by ferry and about half that amount of time by car from Tacoma. Or you can get there on the Edmonds-Kingston run (just north of Seattle) and sightsee your way south with numerous interesting side trips. With 1,785 feet of saltwater frontage on the bay and a 354-foot dock with a flotilla of moorage buoys, you could easily slip into this quiet haven by boat."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Bremerton
Campsites: 23
Season: All year
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to Illahee State Park Campground

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