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Site Type: TENT ONLY NONELECTRIC
Site Reserve Type: Non Site-Specific
Site Access: Hike-In
Hike In Distance to Site: 2640
Checkin Time: 12:01 pm
Checkout Time: 12:00 pm
Type of Use: Overnight
Min Num of People: 1
Max Num of People: 6
Capacity/Size Rating: Double
Proximity to Water: Island
Food Locker: Y
Picnic Table: Y
Know Before You Go
Boat transportation required prior to reserving campsite. No pets allowed Island is a high cliff area, 250 feet above sea level. Exercise caution, especially with children. Site access is steep, 154 steps and half-mile hike to campground. Tablecloth is recommended due to bird droppings.
Campsites must be reserved prior to arrival on the island. There are NO walk-up campsites at this facility. Sites are not site-specific. You will be assigned a site when you arrive on the island.
Please have confirmation letter or receipt with you.
To protect resources, no cardboard or corrugated boxes can be brought to the island
Bring extra food/water for weather delay.
Kayakers: ocean condition can rapidly change, requiring expert abilities.
No shelter, stores, services, or water. No pets allowed. Tent camping only, no electricity/water/sewer site hook-ups at this campground. No fires, camp stoves only. Bring drinking water and garbage bags. Recommend hard-sided container (i.e. action packer) to protect food/garbage from birds and mice. This facility is pack it in, pack it out.
Access to ocean limited to landing cove. No beach.
Changes/cancellations for any reason, including weather or transportation, will result in cancellation fee.
Footnotes: (applicable only where specifically marked above) +When you reserve one of these sites, it will not be a site specific reservation. You will be assigned a site when you arrive at the facility. ** Arrival dates earlier than the online-reservation-window may also be available at the facility.
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