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The Tokeland Marina has two boat ramps with fairly long floating piers for preparation of arrival and departure. It is reasonably well sheltered by breakwaters, but Willapa Bay is a very windy place. A store on the north side of the boat ramp offers snacks and supplies of all sorts.
Fishing boats tie up here, and you can usually find someone selling crabs.
To get to the web site that specifically mentions the marina, go to the URL below, select facilities from the menu on the left, then select Tokeland Marina from the list of items that are operated by the Port of Willapa Harbor.
Written May 23, 2012
Address: 3225 Front Lane, Tokeland WA 98590
Located at the very far south end of Tokeland, it is possible to find what is one of the few publicly accessible facilities in this small community.
Here, you will find a small wooden platform from which the local people throw their lobster traps into the water, or fish. It is also a reasonably popular place to look for various birds, particularly during the spring and fall migration season.
The public fishing pier in Tokeland is operated by the Port of Willapa Harbor (see web site below). To get to the portion of the web site that describes this facility, select "Facilities" from the menu on the left side of the page, then select "Tokeland Marina" from the list of sites that opens in the main section of the web page.
If you visit, please be careful how you park so as to not block anyone else in. There isn't too much parking here, and the people with the crab pots need to be able to move their pots into the back of their pickup trucks (invariably, they drive pickup trucks so as to easily load and unload the various paraphernalia associated with crab fishing from a pier.
Written May 13, 2012
Address: 3242 Front Street; Tokeland, WA 98590