James Island State Park is a 113-acre marine camping and moorage park with 12, 335 feet of saltwater Shoreline
on Rosario Strait. The park features a beautiful western view of the San Juan Islands
from a high bluff along the loop trail.James Island has 13 campsites at three locations on the island.The Water Trail Site is on a hill above a pocket cove of the West Cove and has three campsites (sites 11-13) and a pit toilet.James Island offers great short hikes with dramatic views from high bluffs. Hikers with children should be aware of fall hazards due to rocky high banks and cliffs and surrounding waters that are deep and swift.