Details for Port of Hoodsport Public Dock

Port of Hoodsport Public Dock

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Average rating 2.3 stars from 3 reviews

Address PO Box 429
Hoodsport, WA 98548


After hours contact

Facility type

Marina - NO
Club - NO
Fuel - NO
Repair - NO
Municipal - YES
Other - NO

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Payments acceptedCredit cards - NO
Checks - NO

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Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: Unknown
Fuel dock: Unknown

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Dock typesWood - NO
Concrete - NO
Floating - NO
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

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AC power30 amp - NO
50 amp - NO
100 amp - NO

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Reviews for Port of Hoodsport Public Dock
Dockage is small: not for large vessels, 2015-01-03
Captain: , Bremerton, WA (117)

The IGA is right up the street from the dock. I anchor away and dingy my way in. The dock is nice enough, but small and not for big vessels. It's all fine though because that area is very shallow and only really good for those who have a bilge keel with shallow draft or sailboats with shoal keels.

The Mexican Restaurant and burger joint futher down the road by 10 minute walk, are great places to eat. The IGA is convenient, albiet expensive. Three stars because it caters mostly to the locals who have boats that use the launches.

Port Authority office that manages the dock is very professional and courteous and will tell you if your boat is too big to moore there. If you are unsure, best to call ahead or anchor out. Best to use OpenCPN when navigating to the shoal area and beware of derilict lines, cables and fishing stuff laying on the sea floor that your anchor can get tangled in. . . . . personal experience. . . :(

Nice town, services nearby., 2013-12-01
Captain: , Browns Point WA (20)

Is it really necessary to make racial references in these reviews (previous posting)? I have been to this stop many times without any problems... Good access to services and a nice town.

Skip the Port of Hoodsport!, 2012-08-20
Captain: , Seattle (365)

We were passing by travelling south down Hood Canal. Seeing an IGA listed near the 60' (outside float) public pier, our intent was to visit town, replenish stores and stay the night. The finger piers are 26', and since our boat is 41', we therefore needed to moor to the outside float. We made a slow circle as we approached the float to make our intention to dock clear. To make a long story short, the dock was totally occupied with crabbers and fishermen who would not yield to an incoming boat without threatening us personally and calling us all sorts of names. We tied up, stepping around multiple families sitting at the edge of the dock as we did so. I stayed to guard the boat while my wife went across the street to get some food at the IGA. I explained that I would call 911 if they continued to harass and threaten us. Eventually the group of about 15 people of apparently American Indian descent moved away, but continued to grumble. We did not feel safe and moved on to another more friendly place for the night. SKIP THIS STOP!

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