We are excited to announce that the dock will be open to the public starting today (6/22/2024).
Thank you all for your patience and enjoy a safe and fun summer.

Cody Morris
Port of Hoodsport, Position 3

Hoodsport Dock and Pier

The Port of Hoodsport maintains a Public Beachfront, Pier, 6 slip Dock, and Waterfront Park located in downtown Hoodsport.

A restaurant, supermarket, hardware store and a service station are found near the Port of Hoodsport dock.

A short walk north are gift stores, a coffee shop, brewery and distillery. A winery and gift shop, 0.7 miles south on Highway 101, is open daily. The small park at the head of the pier has a grassy gathering area and picnic tables. Across the street are portable toilets.

Is there a boat launch, fuel or pump out station at the Port dock?

NO. The nearest boat launch is at the Potlatch parking area by the damn overflow. Public boat launches are in Union by the Marina on Hwy 106 and at Triton State Park on Hwy 101. There is fuel and a pump out station at the Union Marina.

Is overnight moorage available?

Yes. Overnight moorage fees are $20 per overnight stay. For full details visit

Dock and Pier Updates

Dock Reopened as of 5/14/2024

We are excited to announce that the dock will be open to the public starting today (5/14/2024). Please note that the South West finger will be closed. It is marked very clearly with caution tape. We ask that you do not tie up to it as it is in the middle of being repaired and any additional stress could lead to more expensive repairs.

Port of Hoodsport Dock Repair Donation Contributers

The Port of Hoodsport commission would like to thank the following people for their generous contributions to the repair fund for the Port of Hoodsport dock and pier. 

This list will be updated as additional donations are received.

The Port of Hoodsport
Port of Hoodsport Map, Hoodsport Trail, Hoodsport Disc Golf

A beautiful waterfront with a small cozy Park feels friendly and lovely during a long drive.

— Mukhtar Haider Malik

Great place to go. And a great place to bring the kids.

— Eric Buckman