Narrows Park

The Narrows Park is a safe haven at the midpoint of the Tacoma Narrows. At night it’s great to watch the vehicle lights on the Narrows Bridges from the serenity of the park. The white dome of Mt. Rainier is visible over Tacoma, especially on moonlit evenings.

Looking to the north at low tide
Looking to the north at low tide
Approach: Land to the south of the house where the lawn area meets the beach.
Location: West side of Tacoma Narrows about 1/ 2 mile southwest of bridge
Hazards: The Tacoma Narrows has very strong currents and busy boat traffic. Construction on the Narrows Bridges may affect boat passage at times. See the Washington DOT website www.wsdot.wa.gov for up-to-date information
Sites: 2
Water: Available
Sanitation: Chemical toilet
Overflow: None
Fires: No fires - stove only
Extras:
Fees: No fees
Special Considerations:
Natural History: The remains of the first Narrows bridge, Galloping Gertie, at the bottom of this waterwary are said to be prime habitat for octupi. The former bridge was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.
Max People:
Max Nights:
Reservations: No reservations. (1st come 1st served)
Latitude: 47.266666
Longitude: -122.564333
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