The Port of Hoodsport

Nature’s Grand Adventure in Washington State

The Port of Hoodsport District lies adjacent to Hood Canal, with Hoodsport sitting at its center. Hood Canal lines the east side of the Olympia Peninsula as a narrow saltwater fjord 90 miles long, lying at the base of glacier-clad peaks. British explorer Captain George Vancouver named the “canal” in 1792 after the Right Honorable Lord Hood. Population centers are clustered in the communities of Brinnon, Hoodsport, Lake Cushman, Lilliwaup, Potlatch, and the Skokomish Reservation.

The Port of Hoodsport maintains a Public Beachfront, Pier, 6 slip Dock, Waterfront Park located in downtown Hoodsport, an 80 Acre Trail Park at the Hoodsport Trail park  with hiking trails and a 9-hole disc golf course on State Route 119. (***)

Mission Statement

To create and promote economic development and tourism that supports the preservation and public enjoyment of regional, cultural, and natural resources while providing local services and development of cottage industries and family related activities.
Port of Hoodsport Beach
Hoodsport 9-hold Disc Golf
Hoodsport Trail
Port of Hoodsport Dock