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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."
--Jeanne Louise Pyle, The Best In Tent Camping: Washington (Menasha Ridge Press).
This is not at wildcat lake
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