Location: 10015 Sunrise Beach Drive, NW, Gig Harbor, WA
Park Hours: 7 a.m. to dusk
- Dogs must be kept on leash
- unmarked forest pathways
- Natural Features
- Views of Puget Sound, Vashon Island, and Mt. Rainier, Natural areas, waterfront, wetlands/ swamp, wildlife
- Buildings & Picnic Sites
- Caretakers home, picnic tables
- Scuba diving
- Additional Features
- Sanicans, parking – unpaved, fishing
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Description: Sunrise Beach Park is a 82.0-acre scenic site with 2,135 linear feet of shoreline.
Developed Areas:The 6.0 acre beachfront portion of the park includes designated parking areas, 6 picnic tables, day-use areas, 2.0 miles of walking trails and forest paths with views of Mount Rainier and Puget Sound, and beach access to the 2,400 linear foot shoreline on Colvos Passage. The beach provides access to a popular scuba diving destination.
Undeveloped Areas: There are 5 separate land parcels separated by public roads. Most of the property is located on the plateau between Sunrise Beach Drive and Moller Road. The plateau property consists of meadow with views of the Puget Sound and dense woodland stands with a wetland swamp.
Park Rules: Please see the attached link for PenMet Parks Park Use Regulations.
For any questions, please contact us at 253-858-3400.