Recreational Boating Information for the Northwest
Kingston Marina | The Port of Kingston was established by the state legislature in 1919 as one of the original Mosquito Fleet landing sites. The port is located on Apple Tree Cove where the Carpenter Creek Estuary flows into Puget Sound. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has designated the Port of Kingston as a safe harbor during storms.
The geographic location of the port provides convenient access to prime, commercial, tribal and recreational fishing and crabbing grounds. The Port of Kingston is a favorite stopping off point for boaters travelling from the southern areas of Puget Sound heading to the Strait of Juan De Fuca, the San Juan Islands, the Canadian Gulf Islands, and even Alaska. Proximity to the Olympic Peninsula offers opportunities for campers, hikers and bikers as well. Washington State Ferries operate the western terminal of the Edmonds-Kingston run at the Port of Kingston.
- Fuel Dock: Ethanol free unleaded & diesel | Pump-out & water
- Permanent & Transient (guest) moorage
- Restrooms, showers & laundry
- Wireless internet | Covered picnic tables on guest dock
- Electric vehicle available for guest | Stores & marine supplies up-town
- Gift shops & restaurants close to marina including ice-cream!
- 2 lane public boat launch
- Kayak - small boat faclity
The Perfect Weekend Getaway or Journey Waypoint
Port of Kingston
P.O. Box 559
25864 Washington Blvd.
Kingston WA 98346
VHF: CH 65
Marina: 8am - 5pm
Fuel Dock: 8am - 4:45pm
Summer: Fri / Sat open until 7:45pm
Latitude: 47° 47' 31"
Longitude: -122° 29' 46“