Boat Launch Parking
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Boat Launch Parking

Welcome to the Port of Everett’s Jetty Landing & Boat Launch, located at 10th Street & West Marine View Drive in Everett! This facility is jointly owned by the Port of Everett, City of Everett and Snohomish County. The Port is responsible for operation of the facility. Even on the busiest day, this 13-lane launch offers quick and easy access to abundant crabbing, fishing, and recreational fun with seasonal access to Jetty Island. The facility accommodates a variety of launching needs from small to mid-size powerboats to kayaks. The facility offers ample truck and trailer parking, including ADA accessible parking, as well as an ADA launch lane. On a seasonal basis a variety of service offerings are available on-site including grab-and-go snacks, bait, tackle, and more.
Aerial Waterfront Parking Map

Boat Launch Parking

Your boat launch ($15) includes the first 24-hours of parking for your tow vehicle and trailer. Any day thereafter, parking is $8/day for your tow vehicle and trailer.

If you are a Boat Launch Pass Holder, parking after the first 24 hours is assessed at $8/day.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW BOAT LAUNCH PASS OPTIONS
A variety of convenient, cashless pay options for your Boat Launch Use & Parking include:
  • Walk up pay stations (Available Now)
Starting May 1, 2021:

Boat launch parking is made available primarily for tow vehicle and boat trailers. Overflow tow vehicle and trailer parking is available in the lot south of 10th street and the Boat Launch parking lot. Non-launching visitor vehicles are encouraged to park in adjacent Visitor Parking lots (i.e. near Jetty Landing Park or in the Central Marina); posted parking rates and time limits apply.

Tow vehicles and trailers are authorized to park in Boat Launch Parking Zones only. The tow vehicle/trailer combo is not authorized to park in any designated Visitor Parking near the launch or around the Marina.

Please note: boats, RVs, and trailers of any type are not to be parked on-site if not attached to a vehicle.
No. Trailers left unattached from a vehicle will receive a violation by LAZ Parking and may be treated as abandoned. The trailer may be impounded from Port property at owners’ risk and expense.