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Lopez Island
Odlin Renovation COMPLETE!

San Juan County Parks is pleased to announce that this long-term project is now complete. Well, we do need some warm, sunny spring weather so the plants and grass will grow in nicely!

Campers should be aware that most of the campsites in the lower campground have changed, as has some of the site numbering. Please refer to the new park map (link further down this page).

Changes at the park include - new campground entrance road, larger day use picnic area with more parking, some realigned beach sites to help restore dunes, upgraded campsite 8B serves both ADA and RV campers, added walk-in campsites, new group campground (opened in 2013), new park (potable) water system, stormwater treatment, and trails.


Lopez Island, historically the agricultural island, is relatively flat, open and pastoral, with four County day parks and one County camping park. Islanders still wave at each passing car, and if you are attentive you’ll discover that each driver has a distinct wave, some favoring the "index-finger move up," others an enthusiastic handful. Lopez has an area of 29.5 square miles. Population is about 2,400. Want more information about Lopez Island? Visit the Lopez Chamber of Commerce website here.


Lopez Island Day Parks

For driving directions go to Frequently Asked Questions
Day Use Only Otis Perkins County Park
Day Use Only Shark Reef Sanctuary  (photo to right)
Day Use Only Agate Beach County Park
Day Use Only Blackie Brady County Park (Hughes Bay)*
Day Use Only Mud Bay County Park*
*No fires or commercial use.
Day Use Only Lopez Village Park
Day Use Only Lopez Skate Park (located in Lopez Village; under 20-year property lease)
Day Use and Camping Odlin County Park (overnight camping, too)

Odlin County Park

Located on the north shore of Lopez Island, just south of Upright Head. Odlin Park beach campsite 

Odlin County Park Features

One mile from Lopez ferry landing
Three miles to Lopez Village
Sandy beach access and boat launch
Kayak launching
80 acres, 30 campsites (9 beach sites)
Group camp
Part of the Cascadia Marine Trail system
Picnic tables, fire rings, firewood (extra charge)
Potable water, vault toilets
Picnic area and pavilion
5 Mooring buoys and a day use dock
Picnic tables and fire rings (firewood available at an additional charge)
Hiking paths

Odlin Park Map

Click here to see a campground map.

Fee Schedule

The park is open year 'round with reduced fees and services during winter (November 1-March 31), when all sites are on a first-come, first-served basis only.
(fees are for April 1, 2014 -  October 31, 2014)

Campsites maximum 8 people/site1,2 Price/night
Landside site: #6, 8A,8B (ADA), 10, 12,15,16,18, 20, 22 Up to 4 people/1 vehicle $22.00
Waterside site: #5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 14, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24 Up to 4 people/1 vehicle $25.00
Park and Walk  #1-4  (1 car parked across from  Manager's office) Up to 4 people/1 vehicle $25.00
Hike-Bike #25,26,27,29,30 (Maximum 6 people) 4 people no vehicles $20.00
Care-to-Share site #28 (max. 15 people total, NO car) per person 12 yrs + $8.00
Care-to-Share site #28   "          "          " per person 5-11 yrs $5.00
Extra Charges   Price/night
extra adult (12+ years)   $8.00/each
extra child (5-11 years)   $5.00/each
extra vehicle (max. 1/site, where allowed) $10.00/night
mooring buoy (first-come, first-served)   $10.00 day/night
1 Excludes Hiker-Biker Sites
2 Extra charges apply

All prices valid thru October 31, 2014 and are subject to change without notice. Other rates and charges apply to Group Camp, Commercial Users, & Day Use Events.
Reservations are strongly recommended for summer camping.

Summer reservations accepted only between 5 and 90 days in advance of stay.

Reservations require full campsite payment plus a $7.00  non-refundable reservation fee by Visa or MasterCard for each campsite reserved.

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