Point No Point Lighthouse & Park

Point No Point - Project Update:

December 13, 2023

We are excited to provide you with an update on the Point No Point Park beach and shoreline repair project, which aims to repair the damages caused during the 2022/2023 Winter season. We want to share these updates with you as they provide valuable information about the project and the steps we are taking to repair and fully open the park to visitors.

Phase 1: Repairs
Phase 1 of the repair project will import sand and rock materials to the north beach to bring the elevations back to pre-storm levels.  This work is permitted and scheduled to begin this week, with the majority of the work targeted to conclude next weekthe park will be closed during the construction period.   The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife parking lot will be used as a staging area for equipment, construction materials, and operations during the project; it will not be opened to the public.

Please be aware of vehicles entering and leaving Point No Point Park and the staging area. There is potential for additional noise during evening and nighttime hours during the construction period.


Phase 2: Improvements 
Phase 2 of the repair work represents a larger project that is intended to improve the beach and shoreline beyond current and pre-storm conditions.  Phase 2 will add additional material to increase the beach elevation further, plant native vegetation to provide increased soil stability, and rebuild the rock revetment wall in front of the lighthouse.  This work is not yet permitted but targeted to take place in mid-2024 once permits have been approved.  For the Phase 2 work, we are continuing to collaborate closely with the regulatory bodies responsible for permitting work within the shoreline environment in Kitsap County, including Kitsap County's Department of Community Development, the Army Corps of Engineers, the State of Washington's Department of Ecology and Department of Fish and Wildlife, the US Coast Guard, and the local Tribes. Initial design concepts for Phase 2 of the project have been reviewed and supported by these agencies and permitting from these agencies is in process.

We encourage you to contact Kitsap County Parks Staff if you have any questions or would like further information about the project and the ongoing work. We appreciate your interest and support in the repair work at Point No Point Park.

For questions or more information, please email Parks@Kitsap.gov.

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9009 Point No Point Rd NE, Hansville WA 98340

Size: 61 Acres

Region: North District

Features: Sandy beach, picnic areas, undeveloped saltwater access, parking lot and historic lighthouse

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LIGHTHOUSE TOURS


Lighthouse Society: The US Lighthouse Society headquarters is located in the Keeper's Quarters at the Point No Point Light Station and County Park. For more information, visit www.uslhs.org

Check out the webcam and time lapse of Point No Point Lighthouse on the United States Lighthouse Society website!

Volunteer docents needed: Interested in volunteering at the oldest lighthouse on Puget Sound? Contact the Friends of Point No Point, the volunteer stewardship group of the lighthouse, at docents@pnplighthouse.com. Volunteers are needed to give tours, help with historical displays and assist in the museum store.

POINT NO POINT DUPLEX VACATION RENTAL (HISTORIC KEEPER'S QUARTERS)

​The Keeper's Quarters duplex at the Point No Point Light Station is available as a vacation rental! To learn more and make a reservation, visit the website hereTo check availability, contact the USLHS by phone at 415-362-7255 or email lighthouse@uslhs.org (calendar is not available online).

This contact information is for vacation rental of the duplex only.

General inquiries for the Point No Point Lighthouse and County Park should be directed to the Kitsap County Parks office at 360-337-5350.





Directions:
From Poulsbo: Turn North (left) at the intersection of Hansville Road and Highway 104. Travel eight miles to the intersection of Hansville Road and Point No Point Road. Turn right onto Point No Point Road and travel to the road end into the park entrance.