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Hope Island State Park (North) #1

Category : Mooring buoyNearest body of water : Hope Island State Park
Max boat size:45 feet
Water depth at low tide:18 feet
Last inspection:19th Aug 2021
Anchor type:Dead weight anchor

Washington State Parks owns and operates this moorage. Use of this buoy is on a first-come, first-served basis. WA State Parks accepts payment in person (on shore) or by calling Washington State Parks at 833-927-1222. This is a mooring buoy owned and operated by Washington State Parks. More info at https://www.parks.wa.gov/518/Hope-Island---Skagit or https://www.parks.wa.gov/648/Moorage. Actual moorage condition may differ from this listing. A quick paddle or boat ride will get you to Hope Island State Park between La Conner and Whidbey Island on Skagit Bay. Once on the island, quiet hikes through forest and wildland meadows will charm you and relieve your stress. Boaters know this park as a great place to tie up and take in the sunset or sunrise, but many come ashore and pitch a tent at one of Hope Island's primitive campsites. Whether you arrive on a luxury boat, by the power of your arms and shoulders, or anything in between, you'll feel far from your daily routine and deserving of this island time. PARK FEATURES Hope Island Marine State Park is a 181-acre marine park with six campsites, two mooring buoys, lovely beaches and a trail across the island. Most of the island is a nature preserve, and visitors are asked to stay on established trails and in designated campsites. BOATING FEATURES Located in Skagit County, Hope Island offers two buoys. BOAT MOORAGE Moorage fees are charged year round for mooring at docks, floats, and buoys from 1 p.m. to 8 a.m. Latitude: 48º 24' 3.96"" N (48.4011) Longitude: 122º 34' 15.95"" W (-122.5711)

GPS coordinates

Lat: 48.401585
Lng: -122.57096


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