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Beaches & Kiteboarding

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IMG_0196Jetty Island

Wiggle your toes in the warm sand, play in shallow water and explore the nature trails of the Port of Everett’s two-mile long scenic gem. Come enjoy the wind and waves at the Port-owned Jetty Island – the longest sandy beach in the Puget Sound. Join nearly 50,000 beach goers who visit the island every summer to bask in the sun, play in the sand and swim in the warm shallow waters. The Jetty is a popular destination for the extreme sport of kiteboarding and is the perfect place to let your kites fly! Jetty Island is only accessible by boat.

Pigeon Creek Beach

Pigeon Creek ViewAfter a one-mile walk or ride along Pigeon Creek Trail, just behind the Port’s shipping terminals, visitors reach Pigeon Creek Beach and Viewpoint. The viewpoint offers a breathtaking view overlooking the serene saltwater beach. Don’t forget to pack a lunch! The beach has picnic tables for a fun family outing.

Edgewater Beach

The Port constructed Edgewater Beach for habitat mitigation and enhanced public access alongside its Mount Baker Terminal shipping facility in South Everett. The beach restoration added 1,100 lineal feet of beach material on the east side of the facility.