Eagle Island State Park - Washington

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Park Overview

Eagle Island is a 10-acre marine park with 2,600 feet of saltwater shoreline. The island sits on Balch Passage between McNeil and Anderson islands in South Puget Sound. Visitors can enjoy picnicking on the beach and watching harbor seals on the shoal at low tide.

History

The park was named after Harry Eagle, a member of the Wilkes Expedition.

Activities

Trails - Water Activities - Beachcombing - Bird Watching - Wildlife Viewing

Address

Anderson Island, WA 98303

Directions

The park is situated in Balch Passage between McNeil and Anderson islands in South Puget Sound in Pierce County.

The park is reachable only by boat.

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