Kitsap Memorial State Park RV & Campground Guide


The Kitsap Memorial State Park sits on the northwest shore of the Kitsap Peninsula. The park looks out over the Hood Canal, a 68-mile saltwater fjord. It's less than 30 miles from Seattle but takes 90 minutes to get there because of the ferry across Puget Sound. An overland route from Tacoma takes less than one hour. Despite its proximity to the rainforests that are on the Olympic Peninsula, Kitsap Memorial State Park only receives about 40 inches of rainfall annually.

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Spring 43-66 F
Summer 49-76 F
Fall 35-52 F
Winter 33-49 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Kitsap Memorial State Park

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Kitsap Memorial State Park Campground

In addition to tent sites, the Kitsap Memorial State Park Campground offers three partial and 15 full hookup sites. The campground has restrooms, showers, access to hiking trails, a playground, a beach with swimming, and canoe access to the Hood Canal. Partial hookup sites begin at $30/night in winter and $35/night in peak season. Full hookup sites start at $35/night in winter and $40/night in peak season.

Eagle Tree RV Park

Eagle Tree RV Park is a secluded campground surrounded by tall trees. The spacious sites provide 30- or 50-amp service, free Wi-Fi, and free cable. Pets are welcome. Spaces start at $43.85/night with discounts for Good Sam and Escapee members with cards. Other amenities include laundry facilities clubhouse with kitchen and book exchange.

Fay Bainbridge Park Campground

This 17-acre park on the shore of the Puget Sound offers RV camping with partial hookups. Amenities at Fay Bainbridge Park Campground include showers, restrooms, a playground, a horseshoe pit, and a volleyball court. Sites are $40/night.

Cove RV Park & Country Store

About a 30-mile drive from Kitsap Memorial State Park, Cove RV Park & Country Store is a cozy park that offers full hookup RV spots. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are also available. The on-site country store carries groceries, beer and wine, fishing tackle and bait, crab and shrimp pots, propane, firewood, and other camping necessities. RV sites start at $39/night. When you just feel like relaxing, you'll love using the campfire rings and picnic tables.

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What to Do at
Kitsap Memorial State Park

Inside Kitsap Memorial State Park

The park includes 1,797 feet of saltwater shoreline, offering opportunities to go clamming, crabbing, oyster harvesting, swimming, diving, and saltwater fishing. Other recreational activities include two fields that are perfect for throwing a frisbee, playing croquet, kite flying, and tossing a ball around. The Log Hall is a quaint building in Kitsap Memorial State Park that is a popular venue for weddings and other celebrations. 

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How to Get to
Kitsap Memorial State Park

The state park is located just off Washington Route 3, five miles south of the Hood Canal Bridge. From Tacoma, take Route 16 and then merge onto Route 3. Turn left onto NE Park Street and follow that to Kitsap Memorial State Park. From Seattle, the most direct route is to take Madison St and then Alaskan Way toward the Seattle - Bainbridge Ferry. Turn right into the Ferry Waiting Zone, left onto Seattle Ferry Terminal, and right onto Washington Route 305. Take the Seattle - Bainbridge Ferry to Bainbridge Island, then continue on Washington Route 305 and merge onto Washington Route 3. Turn left onto NE Park St and follow that to the park

Entering Kitsap Memorial State Park

The park is open from 8 a.m. until dusk, year-round. You must have a Discover Pass for day-use, and Kitsap Memorial State Park does have an on-site automated pay station. 

Kitsap Memorial State Park Day-use Fee : $10.0

Per vehicle

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Frequently Asked Questions About Kitsap Memorial State Park

What is the climate of Kitsap Memorial State Park?

Kitsap Memorial State Park is in the Pacific Northwest, and the climate is mild and temperate. The average high in summer is in the 70s, and the average low in winter is in the 30s to 40s.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Kitsap Memorial State Park?

One of the best things about Kitsap Memorial State Park is the wildlife. Animal lovers can see deer, bald eagles, owls, hawks, and woodpeckers. On the beach, you may catch sight of porpoises, seals, sea lions and orcas.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Kitsap Memorial State Park?

Several RV camping spots are available, all of which are located in the South Bay area of the park. Each campsite has a picnic table and a fire ring. RV campers have access to flush toilets and showers.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at Kitsap Memorial State Park and what is the cost?

Reserving a camping spot at Kitsap Memorial State Park costs around $22 per night for a campsite with up to eight people and about $5 per night for an additional vehicle. There are also group sites available for reservation.

Are pets allowed at Kitsap Memorial State Park?

Yes, pets are allowed at Kitsap Memorial State Park. However, they must be kept on a leash and not permitted on the beach or in the water. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets.