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We sailed out to Blake Island through rich passage. We had hoped to be able to grab a mooring ball on the west side of the island. It was a windy, rainy weekend but all the mooring balls were already in use. We ended up...More
Wonderland in the middle of Puget Sound. The eats at the Indian Lodge looked quite good, but otherwise the campgrounds and the island trails are lovely, as is the marina and the kayak campground. Heavenly spot.
I love this place its so quiet and serene the only way there is on your private boat . or the Tillicum village tour, they will take you to the island with a narrated tour and then have the salmon dinner the indian traditional way...More
A great boat trip from Seattle to Blake Island. We could clearly see Mt Ranier and the boat ride was very enjoyable. It was narrated nicely and we learned a lot about the Sound. Take the boat ride over, enjoy the Salmon bake and relax!...More
We go to blake island quite often by boat. You can get there by a personal boat, or through Argosy cruise line. If boating is your way of transportation and you want to hook up to power, i suggest getting there as early as possible....More
We took the boat over for the 4 hour outing, the price of the cruise included a buffet style meal with salmon as the main entrée and a show. The entire set up is over priced in my opinion. 76 per adult 66 for seniors...More
We had the traditional clam soup on arrival after a pleasant boat trip - it was good to be on the water with the temperature well over 90 degrees F (!) and then the traditional salmon meal which was extremely good We made some purchases...More
We've been here on the day trip through Argosy several times in years past but were less than impressed with the food. Although it seemed stuck in the mediocre to not bad region there was much room for improvement.
We offered feedback and apparently they've...More
The best way to visit Blake Island is by private boat but Argosy offers tours/dinners during the spring/summer. It is a great place to let kids run free.
Last weekend we visited with 40 other people on 18 boats. You can rent a shelter and...More
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Since I've been hosting at Blake for 8 years now, and have enjoyed the island for 55 years, I can answer your question for you. Only two things can be reserved at Blake. The one functioning picnic shelter (the other is so... More
Since I've been hosting at Blake for 8 years now, and have enjoyed the island for 55 years, I can answer your question for you. Only two things can be reserved at Blake. The one functioning picnic shelter (the other is so rotted away and falling down, that it has been condemned, as of May 2015), and the group camp shelter. Everything else is first come, first serve. Thus the need for hosts at the dock. Without us, on a busy summer weekend, it will be come a zoo with everyone vying for dock space. There is always a small turnaround in the mornings between 7 and 11PM. The smaller the boat, the greater chance of finding space. One may also anchor out, or grab a buoy, and take a dinghy in, providing your boat is equipped. There is a "dinghy area", which is around the south west side of the first dock, closest to the shore (there are two horseshoe shaped docks with 30 amp power). If you have a host, ask about the area to tie up. He/she will be glad to help you.