I see that some of the campsite descriptions say “Absolutely No Vehicle Brought Into Park.” Does this mean I can just park my car in a parking lot elsewhere in the park?
Unfortunately, no, The campsites that state that there are no vehicles in the park really mean just that. These sites are intended for folks who arrive on island by foot, kayak or bicycle. Consider these sites safe haven for these folks. If you’re bringing a motorized vehicle into the park, you’ll need to stay in a campsite so designated.

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1. Where can I get driving directions from the ferry to the park?
2. Where is the nearest grocery store?
3. How far is it from the park to local amenities.
4. Where can I go for a hike?
5. Are there other places to camp on this island?
6. What about camping on other islands?
7. Where can I park?
8. I see that some of the campsite descriptions say “Absolutely No Vehicle Brought Into Park.” Does this mean I can just park my car in a parking lot elsewhere in the park?
9. Where can I take a shower?
10. Where can I find tide and current predictions for the area?