Details for Stuart Island Marine State Park - Prevost Harbor
Name

Stuart Island Marine State Park - Prevost Harbor
Position

Display in The Interactive Cruising Guidebook
Average rating 4.4 stars from 5 reviews

Address Stuart Island, WA

Phone360-378-2044

After hours contact



Facility type

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

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Web sitewww.parks.wa.gov/boating/moorage/locations/?site=Stuart%20Island%20Marine%20State%20Park

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Harbormaster



Dockmaster



Payments acceptedCredit cards - NO
Checks - NO

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Operation (seasonal or year-round)
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Current

Strong

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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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FuelGas: NOT AVAILABLE
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Reviews for Stuart Island Marine State Park - Prevost Harbor
Be Ready to Climb, 2016-05-22
Captain: , Whittier Alaska (609)

If you like to hike this is the place. All trails are up hill going and coming! Well it seemed that way. This is a wonder island, We stayed at one of the floating docks. Note they do need to be pressure washed and painted. If you want to hike to Turn Point Light take your dighy ober to the end of the bay and you will see the road. If you go to the state park dock to start your walk, be warned! Stairmaster HELL!!!!! All in all a good place. Try the self contained pump station. Manual pumping required......



One of our must stop locations, 2014-03-19
Captain: , Cowichan Bay, BC (838)

We never miss a chance to stay in Prevost Harbor on the way out of the US. From here its a 2 hour run to clear customs in Sidney at either Van Isle or Port Sidney. The scenery at Prevost is superb and it is well protected. We've stayed in Reid Harbor as well but we prefer Prevost.



Improved access to Turn Point road, 2013-05-06
Captain: , Bellingham, WA (77)

For boaters staying in Prevost Harbor there is improved access to the road leading to the Turn Point lighthouse. A floating dock with ramp access to the pier at the west end of the bay was installed several years ago. This dock can accommodate several dinghies. The pier connects directly to the road going up the valley to the lighthouse. Be aware that all the property on either side of the road is private. Using this dock eliminates about a mile from the other route to the lighthouse which requires first crossing over to Reid Harbor and hiking the hill road to its connection to the lighthouse road.



Beautiful harbor, 2011-10-14
Captain: , Algonac, MI (1659)

We managed to squeeze into a spot at the floating dock. There are composting toilets on shore. It's a nice hike of a mile or so to the schoolhouse where some enterpreneurs are selling pricey t-shirts using an honor box. Another mile brings you to the lighthouse with some great views into the Gulf Islands



Good place to Visit, 2011-01-30
Captain: , Portland (364)

Both Prevost and Reid Harbors access the shore at the same place on opposit sides of a little low isthmus. (200 feet or so accross) Both sides have a small float for overnighting or your dinghy. On shore are campsites with fire pits and composting toilets. Most of Island is private, but you can hike road out to Turn Point light house and museum.

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