Cutts Island State Park - Washington

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Park overview:

Cutts Island is a two-acre marine park situated on Carr Inlet. During low tide, the island has a very nice sand beach. The island features clay cliffs that allow visitors to walk to the top of the island and enjoy the view. The island is covered with various vegetation, and visitors need to be aware of poison oak.

Maximum eight people per campsite.

Extra vehicles must be parked in designated campsite or extra vehicle parking spaces.

Driving Directions

Cutts Island State Park is located half-mile off-shore from Kopachuck State Park in Pierce County.

The park is accessible by boat only.

Park Features

During seal pup season, pups will rest on the sandy beach during low tide. Visitors should keep a safe distance away from seal pups.

Activities

Boating (saltwater) - Diving

Boating Features

Scuba diving is permitted, and there is an underwater park located half-mile south of the park, off the beach of Kopachuck State Park.

Boating: The nearest pumpout is located south of the park at Penrose State Park.

Moorage buoys: 8 buoys available.

Warning: there is a natural spit on the north side of the island. Boaters should be careful as the water can get shallow in this area.

Events

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Picnic and Day-use Facilities

The marine state parks do not have garbage service. Visitors need to pack-out what they pack-in.

Wildlife

Geese - Seals

Environmental Features

Poison Oak

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