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Haley State Park

Olympic Peninsula > Kitsap Peninsula
47.2906, -122.7766 Map & Directions
1.5 miles, roundtrip
Elevation Gain
328 feet
Highest Point
362 feet
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The shoreline at Haley State Park. Photo by Dan Whitmarsh. Full-size image
  • Dogs allowed on leash
  • Coast
  • Good for kids
  • Lakes
  • Rivers

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A short trail through undeveloped state park lands to a section of shoreline on the Key Peninsula. Continue reading

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Hiking Haley State Park

This small, undeveloped state park-managed property is on the Key Peninsula. It is just 178-acres on the east side of Case Inlet. with 1,980 feet of saltwater shoreline. The northern edge of the property is bordered by a creek leading into a small lagoon.

There is one small trail leading from the road to the beach. The salal-lined trail passes through forest with a high canopy, gradually opening up to the shoreline, which visitors can hike up and down before returning the way they came. It's easy to miss as you drive by, so keep your eye out for the unsigned trailhead on the northwest side of the road.

Parking is tight here. With room for just one or two cars at the roadside pullout, be sure to have a backup location available if there's no room at the trailhead.

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Haley State Park

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Co-ordinates: 47.2906, -122.7766 Open in Google Maps

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WTA Pro Tip: Save a copy of our directions before you leave! App-based driving directions aren't always accurate and data connections may be unreliable as you drive to the trailhead.

Getting There

From Bremerton, take Highway 3 south for 4.1 miles. Turn left onto Sunnyslope Road and continue for 1.3 miles. At an intersection with Old Clifton Road, turn right and stay on Sunnyslope Road for 2.7 miles, then turn left onto S Lake Flora Road.

Drive to the traffic circle and take the first exit to get back on Sunnyslope.Take JM Dickensen Road for 2.9 miles. Stay straight on this road as it changes names several time (Carney Lake Road SW, Wright Bliss Road NW, S Vaughn Road NW, Lackey Road NW, and finally turn right onto Jackson Lake Road NW. After 0.1 miles, look for the trailhead on the right.

There is very limited parking available just past the trailhead. Come here with a backup plan in case the parking area is full.

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Olympic Peninsula > Kitsap Peninsula

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Haley State Park

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