The park offers four primitive campsites on the north shore bay. The pay station is near the eastern campsite. A vault toilet is in the woods 100-feet south of the campsites. The rest of the island is a Natural Area Preserve, off limits to recreational use. Standard primitive campsite rules apply.The overnight parking fee is in effect at Cornet Bay boat launch.
this is an awesome little island! 1 vault toilet, picnic table and fire rings. there were raccoons on the island with us but other than that we had the place to ourselves. we kayaked to the island, the waters were pretty rough so I would recommend for anyone planning to stay here to look into the waters, tide and wind report the day of. Or if you have the option of using a motorized boat! Beautiful views with a trail that circles the island. There were some sea lions swimming around in the area but never actually approached the land. Awesome time!
This campground is on a tiny island in the Puget Sound. Rent kayaks (or bring your own) at Boston Harbor in Olympia. It's a short trip to the island, which is only accessible by boat. I was worried, with only four camping spots, that we wouldn't get one, but we ended up being the only people on the island. Boston Harbor rents both doubles and singles and this was an easy and un-intimidating introduction to kayaking. Not your typical camping trip!