This park is a small peninsula located on the larger Key
Peninsula, providing much shoreline. Note the smaller point to the left,
with a spit extending into the Sound, and the picnic area between the
There are no bad campsites here. Below are sites 7, 8, 21, 66, and 68.
Day Use Area
Above the bluff between the Day Use Area and Picnic Area lies a trail dotted with covered shelters and tables:
The Picnic Area was carved out of a marine swamp. You'd never know it now.
The trail around the "Point" is a highlight. Don't be afraid to leave the trail for passages to the water's edge:
But the most beautiful part of the park is the madrona trees...