Porto / Marina
Boston Harbor Marina
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A great place to sit on the beach or the dock or rent kayaks and see the area from the water. There is a food window, little store and a boat launch.
Another great sunset spot. You can also grab an ice cream cone or a beer from the store at the marina while you walk around and enjoy the sunset or even rent a kayak.
This is a great place to take a picnic or launch our canoe or watch the boats come and go. Much of the beach here is privately owned so you can't really take a beach wander but the marina has an awesome fireworks display
Beach front seating, small store, kayak rentals, sight seeing and bird watching. Public boat launch.
Kayak rentals and one of the richest neighborhoods in the south sound coupled with some local touches makes this place a must see. About 8 miles from Olympia
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