Twanoh State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 47
Number of Full Hookup Sites: 22
About: Twanoh State Park is a 182-acre marine, camping park with 3,167 feet of saltwater shoreline on Hood Canal. The name of the park derives from the Native American Twana tribes, better known as the Skokomish, who made their home in the area. The park is situated on one of the warmest saltwater beaches in the state. This is because Hood Canal is one of the warmest saltwater bodies in Puget Sound. The park offers access to one of the warmest saltwater beaches in the state. Wading, swimming and oyster and crab harvesting are immensely popular.
Restrictions: Maximum site length is 35 feet.
Restrooms: Yes (6)
Take Hwy. 3 southwest to Belfair, and go west on Hwy. 106 eight miles to the park.
From Hwy. 101:
Drive east on Hwy. 106 for 12 miles to the park.
From downtown Seattle:
Take a beautiful, one-hour ferry ride to Bremerton, then a half hour drive on Hwy. 3 southwest to Belfair. From Belfair, go west eight miles on Hwy. 106 to park entrance.
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