Cascadia Marine Trail

This water trail on Puget Sound is a National Recreation Trail and designated one of only 16 National Millennium Trails by the White House. Suitable for day or multi-day trips, the Cascadia Marine Trail (CMT) has grown to 66 campsites and 160 day-use sites. Most of the day-use sites are also good places to launch a non-motorized, beachable boat.

Everyone has access to the online Guidebook, including detailed information about each of the campsites and day-use sites that make up the Cascadia Marine Trail. Join or Donate to Washington Water Trails Association to keep this trail growing!

WWTA members receive many benefits, including discounts at shops and classes,  exclusive camping on Anderson Island, and the 2014 print-edition Cascadia Marine Trail Guidebook. Below is a list of Cascadia Marine Trail campsites in alphabetical order.

We also have a dynamic map of all the trails; be advised that this works on some browsers, but not all. Here is the link to the map: http://www.wwta.org/home/cascadia-marine-trail-map

 

 

Water travel is potentially hazardous. There can be no guarantee whatsoever of your safety when participating in sea kayaking, stand up paddle boarding or other water travel. Shore, weather, and water conditions are in a constant state of change, and you must check weather, tide and currents on your own. You should also confirm, via personal contact with or calls to government agencies, that the Cascadia Marine Trail sites are still available and that conditions have not changed. You must be careful not to exceed your capabilities and must be prepared to use alternate landing spots in the event that a Cascadia Marine Trail site cannot ve reached for some reason. It is your responsibility to learn and understand the proper techniques associated with safe water travel and to fully accept and assume all damages, injury or death that may result from attempting to travel to or between the sites described on the following mapping system.

The best efforts to ensure the information is complete and as accurate as possible as of April 2017 notwithstanding, WWTA cannot guarantee either its completeness or accuracy. Washington Water Trails Association, its board members, employees or volunteers who compiled the material cannot be held responsible for any mishap, loss of property, injury, or loss of life that may result from using the information, data, or maps contained herein.