Carr Inlet

Paddle on the inlet that extends northward between Key and Kitsap Peninsula. In addition to varied shoreline, exploration opportunities include Cutts Island State Park, Minter Creek Fish Hatchery, and the tidelands of Burley Lagoon.

launch points

Access points include launch ramps at Kopachuck and Penrose State Parks, local ramps at Home and Wauna as well as an informal road end at Rosedale.

notes

  • The north-south orientation often results in rough conditions at the north end driven by winds from the south or southwest.
  • The Wauna launch is often used as a base for wind and wave clinics.
  • The Burley Lagoon is a 358-acre watershed located at the north  end of Carr Inlet on the Key Peninsula.
  • Difficulty: Sea Kayak II/III
Map
  • NOAA Puget Sound: Possession Sound to Olympia including Hood Canal No. 18445
  • MapTech Puget Sound Chart No. 100
  • NOAA Puget Sound: Southern Part No. 18448
Activities

Upcoming Activities



Sea Kayak - Burley Lagoon

Sea Kayaking Trip
Paddle around the Burley Lagoon stopping for lunch at a campsite on the north end
Difficulty: Sea Kayak II/III
Sun, May 26, 2019
Prerequisites, Leader's Permission Required
7 participants 0 leaders
Registration closes May 25
Tacoma Branch
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Titles

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  • Cutts Island
  • Wauna to Cutts Island
  • Burley Lagoon
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