TRITON COVE STATE PARK
Triton Cove State Park is a 29-acre day-use park with 555 feet of saltwater shore on Hood Canal. This small park provides an ADA-compliant boat launch with access to near-shore fishing. Future plans include possible camping facilities. This small park provides an ADA-accessible boat launch and great views of Hood Canal. It also provides excellent off- and near-shore fishing access.
The park is open year round for day use and watercraft launch.
Summer: 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.Winter: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wildlife Mammals Birds Fish & Sea Life. Rabbits. Raccoons. Squirrels. Crows or Ravens. Ducks. Eagles. Gulls. Herons. Hummingbirds. Jays. Ospreys. Woodpeckers. Crabs. Octopuses. Oysters. Seals. Shellfish. Shrimp. Squid. Starfish. Bass. Cod. Perch. Red Snapper. Salmon. Shark
Environmental Features Physical Features Plant Life . Cedar. Douglas Fir. Alder. Apple. Maple. Daisy. Foxglove. Rhododendron. Berries. Ferns. Seaweed
In the 1930s, the area was the location of a gas station and a small country store. After World War II, the area was developed as a trailer-park fishing resort with a boat launch. Though the property changed hands a few times, it remained a fishing resort until the state purchased it in two parcels in 1990. Since then, the boat launch has been rebuilt. The area continues to be upgraded and developed to include more features.
Float removed Nov. 5 and reinstalled March 6.
The park has one boat ramp and 100 feet of handling dock. There is a large parking lot for cars with boat trailers.(509) 632-5583. Annual permits also may be purchased at State Parks Headquarters in Olympia, at region offices, online, and at parks when staff is available.