Doe Island Marine State Park is a quiet seven-acre marine moorage and camping park with 2,049 feet of saltwater shoreline just southeast of Orcas Island. Accessible only by boat, the park features views of the Salish Sea and the surrounding mountains and islands. Sitting just southeast of Orcas Island, the park is part of the larger Sucia group of islands. The park features two pocket coves suitable for beaching kayaks.
Located in San Juan County on Puget Sound, Doe Island has 60-feet of dock (30 feet on each side of dock). The dock seasonally is removed mid-October through March.
There are no State Parks moorage buoys available. All mooring buoys in this area are private. Please respect private property. Moorage fees are charged year round for mooring at docks, floats, and buoys from 1 p.m. to 8 a.m. Boaters must self-register and pay fees at the onshore bulletin board / pay station.
Latitude: 48º 38' 3" N (48.6341) Longitude: 122º 47' 12.99" W (-122.7869)
The park had five campsites, each with a table and stove. There is one vault toilet and a loop trail on the island. Camping fees are in place year-round. Campers must self-register and pay fees at the bulletin board / pay station.