*Note: Griffin Bay State Park is only accessible by human- or wind-powered watercraft.
About: Griffin Bay State Park is a 15-acre marine park with 340 feet of shoreline. The park is part of the Cascadia Marine Trail and reachable only by human- and wind-powered watercraft. The park is a narrow band of land, which is bordered on both sides by private property. Griffin Bay is located in San Juan County.
Griffin Bay is part of the Cascadia Marine Trail. The two inland campsites are for the exclusive use of boaters arriving by human- or wind-powered watercraft. Visitors arriving by vessels with motors are not allowed to camp at the park, but may use the island for day use. The park has two pit toilets and no potable water.
Griffin Bay State Park has open fields with shrubs and small trees to an upland forest. The field is a nice place to see a variety of birds. The trail continues into the forest for abou 400 yards and ends at the fence line with private property. No access is permitted beyond this point.
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