Kayak Point Regional Park is a popular destination for a variety of recreation opportunities. The park offers access to Puget Sound for fishing/crabbing, beach combing, launching a boat and general water enjoyment. The park also provides picnicking opportunities, a playground, hiking trails and camping. Kayak Point Park was originally acquired and developed in the 1970s and the use of this facility and age of infrastructure have prompted the need for park renovation and future expansion.
Two projects are currently underway at Kayak Point Park:
Day-Use Area Renovation - An extensive design process was undertaken several years ago to develop a plan for reconfiguring the day-use area, which will provide additional recreation space, move parking away from the shoreline, improve the boat launch and make habitat improvements. As part of implementing these changes, park infrastructure will be replaced (e.g. failing water lines and buckling asphalt) and the park will be positioned for many more years of enjoyment.
Development of Preferred Plan (excluding the golf course) - Kayak Point Park totals approximately 480 acres (excluding the golf course), of which approximately 350 acres are currently undeveloped. Use of this undeveloped area has been proposed several times but a current comprehensive plan for that area is not available. This project will consider opportunities associated with the undeveloped property, needs which could be satisfied and result in a plan for future improvements.
Day-Use Concept Map
Public meetings have been held March 9th, April 27th and June 14th in order to obtain input into what should be included in the new Preferred Plan for the park. A draft Preferred Plan has been created and input into the presented direction will continue to be collected through the summer. Please review the zone concepts (below) and send feedback to: Sharon.firstname.lastname@example.org