A small-craft float is maintained in the cove by the Washington State Park System. Water and pump-out station are available. The short pier of an oyster company is just SE of the State Park float. Caution should be exercised to avoid two concrete blocks located 20 to 30 feet off the E end of the State Park pier.
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Kilisut Harbor, between Indian Island on the W and Marrowstone Island on the E, is a narrow inlet extending about 4 miles in a SSE direction. The entrance to Kilisut Harbor is 2.5 miles WSW of Marrowstone Point. The entrance channel is winding. In 1981, a reported depth of 5 feet was in the entrance channel. A submerged pile is N of the entrance in about 48°05’13″N., 122°44’24″W.; caution is advised when approaching Kilisut Harbor from N. Fort Flagler State Park is on the NE side of the entrance channel.
The village of Nordland is on the E side of Mystery Bay, a small shallow cove midway on the E side of Kilisut Harbor.