Arcadia Point Boat Ramp

Arcadia Point Boat Ramp

Arcadia Point Boat Ramp Public Boat Launch by Squaxin Island Tribe

This popular boat ramp is a great jumping off point to Hope Island State Park. Visitors to Hope Island State Park who want the quickest way to the island can put in and cross over in a few minutes. Keep an eye on the tides, the water around Hope Island State Park off Arcadia Point Boat Ramp can be pretty goofy. Another fun kayak adventure is to ride the “hammersley inlet express” into oakland bay or get out at walker park. Arcadia Point Boat Ramp is a great place to learn how to kayak, the shore is gravel and forgiving to those learning to get in and out of the kayak. The new kayaker is motivated to learn and make the trip over to Hope Island State Park. They can cruse along the shore until they feel comfortable enough to venture out further.

During Fall fishing season the Arcadia Point Boat Ramp is a great place to put in near Shelton and have a many options open to the angler who has a boat. Boats are pretty safe regardless of the level of the tide, since the the Arcadia Point Boat Ramp seems to go on forever. Send us a picture if you ever see the end of that thing.

Many shellfish companies use the Arcadia Point Boat Ramp at all times of the day or night, so don’t be surprised when you pull up if the parking lot has has many trucks in it.

Arcadia Point Boat Ramp Public Boat Launch by Squaxin Island Tribe
Arcadia Point Boat Ramp underwent a renovation during the summer of 2011 and the boat ramp is as good a ramp as you will find anywhere around Mason County. The Squaxin Island Tribe did a great job on this boat launch, and its great they let us all use it. Arcadia Point Boat Ramp is also where the Squaxin Island Tribe has a couple of annual traditions like The First Salmon Cerimony and some years the Canoe Journey.