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MISC. BEACH INFORMATION

Jefferson County | Region 6 Information

Marine Area 12 (Hood Canal)
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Triton Cove State Park

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TRITON COVE STATE PARK
270297

SHELLFISH TYPES & OPENINGS/CLOSURES

Clams open year-round
Oysters open year-round

HARVEST PROFILE

There is very little clam resource on this beach, but there are good numbers of oysters.

DIRECTION TO SITE

From the south (Olympia, Shelton, Portland) travel north on Highway 101 along Hood Canal. Pass over the Hama Hama River and through the town of Eldon. Continue for about five and a half miles to Triton Cove State Park. The park will be on the right (east) side of the road. The entrance to the park is well marked on the highway.

From the north (Port Angeles, Kingston) travel south on Highway 101 through Brinnon and continue for another seven miles until you cross Fulton Creek. You'll see the sign for Fulton Creek as you cross the bridge. Triton Cove State Park is about one half mile south of Fulton Creek on the left (east) side of the road. The entrance to the park is well marked on the highway.

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FACILITIES
There is a pit toilet at Triton Cove State Park. There are picnic tables, a boat launch and a pier.

Beach information last updated: August 31, 2015 @ 11:11am