This is the Port of Dewatto's
Washington's best kept secret lies deep in an
evergreen forest, nestled in a lush valley, encompassing a rolling river
and overlooking the Olympic Peninsula. Here, where the low green banks
give way to a soft pebble beach on Hood Canal's eastern shore, is Dewatto.
The Port of Dewatto was formed in
1927 and is one of 75 public port districts in the State of Washington.
The port district is located on the beautiful Kitsap Peninsula in North Mason
County. Hood Canal is the front door and it overlooks the Olympic
Mountains and Olympic Peninsula.
The Port maintains a natural and primitive campground on the Dewatto River. The
campground is within walking distance of beautiful Dewatto Bay. There are
many possibilities for outdoor sports and water activities, while preserving the
natural beauty and rural character of the area.
The Port will preserve the high
quality of life historically enjoyed by its residents. It is committed to
serving the needs of the area and its people.
Contact Information (as of May, 2015)
360-275-6834 Joe or Suzanne Newman
- General Information & Port Business
360-275-4618 Leanna Krotzer
Port Office Telephone
- Port Office FAX
- Port Office
- 2501 NE Dewatto Road, Tahuya, WA
- Electronic Mail
- Port Manager: vacant
Webmaster: Ken Jarstad