Odlin County Park

The sandy bay that fronts most of Odlin County Park is a welcome relief from the rocky cliffs surrounding many of the San Juan Islands. The park is backed by Department of Natural Resources forest and has 4,000 feet of shoreline.

Boat ramp is at east end of beach
Boat ramp is at east end of beach
Approach: Land to the west of the boat launch
Location: Southwest corner of Upright Head. The non-motorized campsites are at the west end of the campground.
Hazards: Heavy boat traffic in Upright Channel with accompanying wakes.
Sites: 2, #16 & #28
Water: Faucet. Not available in winter.
Sanitation: Vault toilet
Overflow: None
Fires: Fires in established fire pits only. Beach fires are not permitted. Check for burn bans.
Extras: Hiking, picnic area
Fees: $15 for up to 4 people/$5 per adult 12 + years; $3 per child 5-11 years
Special Considerations: Persons under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult for overnight camping privileges. Sites are bordered by private property.
Natural History: The steep sea floor is ideal for scuba divers. The currents around Upright Head provide good nutrients for underwater species and sometimes trouble for kayakers.
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Latitude: 48.557816
Longitude: -122.89075

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