A secluded campsite at the western end of a tombolo (thin stretch of sand or land connecting two larger landmasses) with a large wetland (mud flat) and a steep headland at Hood Head.
Location: This site is located at the mouth of Hood Canal, not far from the western end of the Hood Canal Bridge. It is immediately west of Hood Head.
Hazards: Yes: high winds from the north, northeast, and north-northeast could make the landing difficult due to surf. No beach at high, high tide.
Sites: 1 campsite, 4-5 tents
Sanitation: Toilet on site.
Fires: Fires in fire pit only
Extras: Kayak rack near water along trail to campsite; picnic table in center of campsite.
Fees: $12/night for up to 8 in site
Special Considerations: Please respect private property. State Park Sign, box of pay envelopes, and metal pay station (pipe style).
Natural History: Wolfe Property State Park is excellent for walking and picnicking along the high tide line. There is ample opportunity for bird watching here as well, especially in the winter. Clam, mussel, and oyster seasons OPEN for harvest January 1 through May 15 only. Check regulations before you go.
Max People: 8