Things To Do in Anderson Point Park Kitsap County, Washington

Anderson Point Park Kitsap County

Anderson Point Park is a famous Washington State park suitable for activities that include picnicking and more. Anderson Point County Park is located in Kitsap County, Washington State. Anderson Point County Park has the GPS coordinates: 47.438509, -122.537642. In addition to Anderson Point County Park’s incredible beauty and amazing nature, Anderson Point County Park is a great mini-vacation spot for the entire family who like the excellent outdoors in Washington State .

Anderson Point County Park is located north of Olalla Point in Washington.  This spot is best on a N or S wind.  The northerly is very steady and creates a good swell. The beach is approximately 200m long and 120m wide. It is sandy with clear, flat water and a light northerly current.  You can set up your gear on the large grass area.

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Prior to visiting Anderson Point County Park make sure you contact the local agency to get more information. The Direction to Anderson Point County Park and weather information can be found by clicking on the Driving Direction link and Weather link in the content. Visitors who’ve visited Anderson Point County Park are encouraged to write-up reviews of the Anderson Point County Park and submit images they would like to share with other visitors.

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Things To Do:

  • Picnicking
  • Beach Access
  • Swimming
  • Fishing

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):

How to get Anderson Point County Park:
From Port Orchard take Sedgwick to Banner, turn right on Banner. Cross S.E. Fragaria, and S.E. Willock.  Approximately two miles down look for the sign for Millihanna Road on a telephone pole on the right side of the road. Turn left onto Millihanna and drive to the gate at the end of the road. Parking is on the left.

Click Here for Driving Direction to Anderson Point County Park.
Click Here for Anderson Point County Park Weather Forecast.


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