Boyer Park & Marina KOA boasts 61 beautiful paved RV sites, 4 camping cabins, and 3 tent sites along the Snake River in a picture perfect park like setting. The Park also has 8 boat docks that have a dump station along with fuel for your boat. There is a 4 mile walking asphalt path along the river going up to the Lower Granite Dam for you to take in the views of the gorge. The KOA also has a Restaurant and store for all your camping amenities and much more. Don't forget to visit the sandy beach area for a little bit of relaxation.See more..
Came here for 4th of July, make sure you get there early, the docks runs out fast! Beautiful marina, clean, super friendly and helpful staff all around. Make your own soft serve! Heaven!See more..
4.5Port of Everett Marina(9 reviews) - Enjoyable walk to enjoy seeing the many boats, and activities at the restaurants. Spent 1-2 hours Marinas
The Port of Everett Marina, the largest public marina on the West Coast, hosts seasonal farmer’s markets, arts shows, fishing derbies,& more. Charter a fishing boat or a whale watching cruise. Take a ferry to Jetty Island’s sandy beaches, kiteboarding and wildlife preserve. The marina has 5,000 lineal feet of guest moorage located around restaurants, a distillery a brewery, and walking trails.See more..
This private, community park is a secret gem for Skyline residents. They STRICTLY enforce the Leash Law. Many citationswere issued in 2020. Nearby Washington Park has great pubkic beach and adequate parking firepits, shelters. See more..
Went here quite late in the day but was impressed by how clean it was. There are picnic tables and drinking fountains and even a place to wash off the dogs. The walk along the pier was relaxing and a few people were fishing. Parking is available for anyone wishing to drive there.See more..
I am writing this from a different point of view---as of June 2017, I moved into one of the apartments available at the marina. It's great living here! So peaceful, quiet, and beautiful here---the summer brings tourists and campers who use Jarrell's Cove as the start of a wonderful vacation, often mooring their boats out in the Cove or at the marina. There are unexpected amenities here, like the marina store, which is open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, run by an efficient and friendly management team; a number of picnic tables are equipped with BBQ stations for those cooking their own steaks; there are clean restroom facilities and even a small laundry room for guests and residents alike. Across the Cove is the Jarrell's Cove State Park, easily accessible by boat (there is a dock across the Cove) or by taking a short drive around the Cove. Running low on gas? The marina dock has fuel for boats, and there are two pumps out by the Marina store, whose supplies include Cove/Marina specific labelled T-shirts and sweat shirts. Traveling with an RV or trailer? The marina has space to accommodate several RVs, although reservations are suggested to guarantee a space during the busy summer season. It's great the whole year around at the Cove. The heavily wooded area stays cool in the summer (I never even had to turn on a fan all summer), and the fall and winter offer picturesque scenery. Come visit Jarrell's Cove Marina. You'll enjoy dropping by as much as I love living hereSee more..
Port Ludlow Marina, Latitude 47. 55.30′, Longitude 122 41.10′, welcomes you to the pristine shores of The Resort at Port Ludlow where guests and residents enjoy the best of waterfront resort activities and living. With 300-slips and accommodating vessels up to 200′, the marina is perfect for a yacht club cruise, rendezvous, or getaway. Our goal is to provide an experience that will make us your favorite Puget Sound port of call.See more..