Kayak Point Regional County Park
15610 Marine Drive
Stanwood WA 98292
Day use park hours are 7:00 a.m. til dusk
Watch video of crabs feeding off the pier
Reserve Campsites, Yurts or Vacation Home online
(convenience fee charged)
Purchase an annual parking pass
We honor only the Washington State Disabled Veteran Lifetime Pass that entitles the visitor to free parking at the disabled parking stalls at Flowing Lake, Kayak Point, Wenberg and Wyatt Parks.
The State of Washington's Discover Pass is not valid at Snohomish County Parks.
A spectacular saltwater beach park located along the shores of picturesque Port Susan. From its 3,300 foot shoreline to its evergreen forests, Kayak Point Park offers a rich setting for pier fishing, windsurfing, picnicking, hiking, camping, and boat launching.
A pier extends 300 feet into Puget Sound and is the site for crabbing and fishing. At high tide, the water depth is 50 feet off the pier’s end. Baited crab pots are used to attract Dungeness and red rock crab.
Fishing enthusiasts catch flounder, sole, true cod, rockfish, and walleye Pollack year-round and migrating sea perch in Spring and Summer. Casting from the shoreline will occasionally bring in dolly varden or a sea-run cutthroat.
For camping enthusiasts, our campground offers 30 large, mostly wooded campsites with electric hook-up, nearby water, and privacy not found in most campgrounds. All sites can be reserved or occupied on a walk-in basis.
All vehicles in Day Use parking must display a parking permit. Permits may be purchased for $7.00* at the park entrance. Please be aware the machine does not make change. An annual pass ($70) may be purchased online or at the Parks & Recreation office.
PARKING IS LIMITED AND SPACE IS NOT GUARANTEED. Early arrival and carpooling on hot days is highly recommended.
*Price subject to change
A single lane boat launch provides access to Port Susan. Sometimes the high tides and storms bring in a lot of debris to the launch. Rangers clean the launch off daily, but sometimes can’t get to it first thing in the mornings because of other pressing duties.
Exit 199 of I-5 at Marysville; turn left onto Marine Drive; follow Marine Drive for 13 miles; park is on the left.
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