|Alice Bight, location of the WWTA campsite.|
On the eastern shore, there's a Cascadia Marine Water Trail site with one of the best outhouses around. The campsite is perched 20 feet above the little protected cove well protected from southerly and northerly winds. A lighthouse is on the western shore above the water on a rocky cliff. You can land there in the rocky nook on the north side of the lighthouse.
|West side of island.|
Make sure to check the current table for the area prior to launching. Wind can funnel through both the north and south sides of the island. Wind vs current can create route conditions.
Street park is available by Skyline Marina and in the dirt pay lot by the water.
Washington Water Trails link to Burrows for more info, HERE.
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