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HEALTH ADVISORIES
Check Dept. of Health (DOH) for health restrictions on this beach

MISC. BEACH INFORMATION

Kitsap County | Region 6 Information

Marine Area 10 (Seattle-Bremerton Area)
SHOW DESCRIPTION ↓

Aerial Beach Photo (Dept. of Ecology)

EAST INDIANOLA
260290

SHELLFISH TYPES & OPENINGS/CLOSURES

Clams Open year-round
Oysters Open year-round

HARVEST PROFILE

WDFW surveys indicate that native littleneck clams are present in fair numbers on East Indianola. Butter clams, Manila clams and cockles are also available.

Harvest Area Map
Map of EAST  INDIANOLA harvest area
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DIRECTION TO SITE

Recommended access to this beach is by boat. It is possible to access this beach on foot from the public beach access at the Indianola pier. It is about a half mile walk from the Indianola pier to East Indianola (see beach map).

Nearest boat ramps: The Suquamish boat ramp (located just off Suquamish Way in downtown Suquamish) is just under two miles by boat from east Indianola.

Map to this point  

FACILITIES
None. There are stores and other facilities in Suquamish a short distance from the boat ramp. Facilities for boaters are available at the Kingston Marina and the Brownsville Marina.

Beach information last updated: March 31, 2010 @ 4:50pm

Seattle

For individual beach information, including harvesting seasons, click on the yellow squiggles below.

Seattle Alki Park Alki Point Blake Island State Park Brownsville Discovery Park East Indianola Fay Bainbridge Park Fort Ward Park Illahee State Park Lincoln Park Lions Park (Bremerton) Lower Roto Vista Park Manchester State Park Mee-Kwa-Mooks Park Point White Richmond Beach Saltwater Park Seabold Beach South Agate Pass South Carkeek Park South Point Monroe Suquamish (Old Man House) Un-Named (260512) Un-Named (260578) West Point Jefferson

Yellow map areas (links) identify approximate public property boundaries and should not be considered legal property boundaries.
Many of these public beaches have no upland entrance and must be accessed by boat. Please respect adjacent private property.

This map is provided for informational purposes only. The accuracy of this map is not guaranteed.