You’ll know you’ve arrived at Kinney Point when you see the kayak rack. This unique "parking" feature invites you to pull in, hang up your kayak and play!
This Marrowstone Island park property is only accessible by beachable watercraft, and the wide pebble beach disappears at high tide; hence, the rack.
Paddlers can stretch their legs in the forest at Kinney Point, dig for clams in season and nab one of three Cascadia Marine Trail campsites for a quiet night in this yet-undeveloped place. They also can keep paddling up Washington’s famous water trail.
Kinney Point is a 67-acre state park property at the south end of Marrowstone Island with 683 feet of saltwater shoreline on Admiralty Inlet and Oak Bay. It is part of the Cascadia Marine Trail.
The park has a vault toilet available. There is no garbage service to the park, so visitors must pack out what they pack in.
Water activities & features
Personal watercraft use
Other activities & features
Hiking island paths
A recreational license is required for fishing and shellfish harvesting at Washington state parks. For regulations, fishing season information, or to purchase a recreational license, visit the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.