Located three miles west of Belfair, this 63-acre park was officially named in February, 1952 for the town itself.Long ago the site was a central meeting place for generations of Indians.
The park features camping, picnicking, beachcombing, kite flying and crabbing.
The beaches are closed to clam and oyster harvesting due to pollution.
The park is at the southern end of Hood Canal.
Standard and RV sites (with hookups) available. Campsites reservations are required during the summer.
The Washington State Parks system includes more than 125 developed parks and includes about a quarter million acres. To make a reservation at more then 60 Washington state parks, contact Washington State Parks from May 15 to Sept. 15.
The Department of Natural Resources Tahuya Multiple Use Area is nearby, with trails for motorcycles, mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding and off-road vehicles. There are also several golf courses in the area.