Reviews: Jim King Park at Sisters Creek Marina


  • Review for Jim King Park at Sisters Creek Marina

    Reviewed by: Rick Brunner, SeaBatical, on Apr 23, 2019
    Boat Type: Power
    LOA: 50'
    Draft: 4.0'

    Rating: 5

    Great little secluded FREE 72 hour floating dock with water , bathroom facilities , no power , plenty of depth , will have a current depending on time that you enter and exit , out runs parallel to docks. Quite with lots of birds and great views

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  • Review for Jim King Park at Sisters Creek Marina

    Reviewed by: Wes Dorman, Honey Queen, on Feb 28, 2019
    Boat Type: Power
    LOA: 43'
    Draft: 0.0'

    Rating: 5

    Great spot. Plenty of water at low tide. Stumbled on this place after the fog stopped us and it turned out to be ideal.

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  • Review for Jim King Park at Sisters Creek Marina

    Reviewed by: Nomadic Spirit on Aug 8, 2018
    Boat Type: Power
    LOA: 32'
    Draft: 3.8'

    Rating: 4

    Nice dock in a park like setting. Stopped by twice and we had no problems with current, we do not have bow thrusters but the whole dock was open so maneuvering wasn't difficult.

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  • Review for Jim King Park at Sisters Creek Marina

    Reviewed by: Bob423 on Aug 2, 2018
    Boat Type: Sail
    LOA: 42'
    Draft: 5.0'

    Rating: 4

    The dock is first rate, the current can be strong and make it challenging to dock. On the good side, the current is parallel to the docks so it’s doable. On occasion I’ve even backed in when I wanted to be pointed out the next day. There’s not much room to turn around.

    The bathrooms are sometimes open and sometimes not, depending on the season. I’ve never found them open during migration time. It’s an excellent area for pets, lots of room to walk in the adjacent park. One time I even rafted since the docks were full, no problem. The inside of the dock can also be used for docking but only the end 40 ft or so.

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