Clam, mussel, and oyster seasons OPEN for harvest year-round.
Not much is known about shellfish resources on this beach. Oysters are not common at this location.
The shoreline area of Lisabeula Park has been improved with a grassy play area, picnic tables, hand carry boat launch, and a designated primitive campsite for the Washington Water Trails system.
Formerly the site of the Lisabeula Resort, it is now a 5.5 acre shoreline park and terrestrial conservancy located on the west side of Vashon Island overlooking Colvos Passage at the end of Southwest 220th Street. The area was named Lisabeula by Postmaster Brink after his two daughters, Eliza and Buelah.