Blake Island State Park and Marina

WDFW Beach Season Information

Clam, mussel, and oyster seasons OPEN year-round, except Blake Island State Park Marina CLOSED year-round to shellfish harvest. 

NOTE: Blake Island State Park Marina is closed year-round to shellfish harvest. Recreational shellfish harvesters should avoid the area around the ferry dock and marina on the eastern point and the boat mooring area on the western point of the island due to contamination concerns (see beach map). 

WDFW shellfish seasons indicate the specific times of year when harvesting is permitted. Before heading to the beach, please also check the Department of Health (DOH) information below which is related to health of the shellfish and may be updated daily. To harvest on this beach, it must be both during the WDFW approved season and approved by the DOH.

Access to this beach is by boat only. Blake Island State Park and Marina is accessible by boat only. There is no upland access to this beach.

Harvest profile

Blake Island State Park has harvestable numbers of native littleneck clams, and butter clams. Cockles and Manila clams are also available on this beach.
Clams, mussels and oysters are not fit for human consumption at any time if harvested in Blake Island State Park Marina. 

Beach map
Disclaimer: Map areas identify approximate public property boundaries and should not be considered legal property boundaries. Many of these public beaches have no upland entrance and must be accessed by boat. Please respect adjacent private property. This map is provided for informational purposes only. The accuracy of this map is not guaranteed.

Blake Island is boat access only. There is no upland access to this beach. GPS coordinates for the south end of the island are 47.53�N, 122.49�W.

Nearest boat ramps: The Manchester public boat ramp is approximately 1.7 nautical miles by boat from the northwest end of Blake Island.


Blake Island State Park offers seasonal concessions, restrooms, picnic areas, year-round camping, docks, moorage floats, fire circles, horseshoe pits, volleyball fields, hiking and biking trails.