Posted June 8, 2019
From living in Port Orchard, you have access to many great parks and trails. Along with those, there are some great places you have access to go fishing this Father’s Day! Washington is one of the top places to go fishing and Port Orchard has some of the best spots.
Not only does this local, public pier have great fishing, but it is great just for a waterfront stroll. Located on the Port Orchard waterfront you get all the views of the Olympic Mountains. Maybe while you are fishing, you’ll see an Eagle soar by!
This is the place to go if dad is a big Kayak-er. This 59-acre Park has a boat launch for all non-motorized watercraft. Take out your fishing poles and sit in the middle of the lake!
Long Lake is the place to go if you want more activities that just fishing. On the property there is lake access, a swimming area, pier for fishing, picnic tables, a playground, ball field, volleyball court, restrooms, and even a Life Jacket Kiosk!
This lake is the place for Rainbow Trout! 86-acre lake has great boat access and tends to be on the popular side for boating and fishing.
This Marina is located on Sinclair Inlet. If you’re out on the water this Father’s Day this is a great place to stop. Views include the Olympic Mountains and the Naval Shipyard. Take a break from fishing and enjoy the small friendly town in the inlet!
Another publicly accessed park just on the outskirts of Port Orchard. 7 acres of surface area with a variety of fish to hunt for!
While a bit on the outside of Port Orchard, like Square Lake, swimming along with fishing in this lake. Take out the boat and enjoy the day!
This lake is the place to see wild-life and fish for bass. Not boats or motorized watercraft but take the kayaks out and lots of wooded walking trails!
Every spot provides great fishing and outdoor activities for all, just have to find the right one for your father this upcoming Father’s Day. And don’t forget, if your dad isn’t a fisherman, he will always be able to watch the final round of the US Open at Pebble Beach!
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