Located within the San Juan Islands Blind Island State Park consists of three acres with 1,280 feet of saltwater, rocky shoreline with an underwater park for divers.
Facilities at the park consist of four primitive water trail campsites, four mooring buoys, one composting toilet and one bulletin board/pay station. Water from the spring is not safe for human use, and the concrete cistern has been covered with a steel plate. You must pack your garbage out.Recreational activities at the park include water trail camping, picnicking, scuba diving and bird watching.
The park features primitive camping, picnicking, scuba diving, and bird watching.
The Washington State Parks system includes more than 125 developed parks and covers about a quarter million acres.