- Clark Island is a 55-acre park on the Strait of Georgia. It has 11,000 feet of saltwater shoreline with nine moorage buoys.
There are eight campsites, two picnic sites with fire rings, and two vault toilets on the island. The island has no drinking water, and park visitors must remove their own garbage
Activities in the park include primitive camping, picnicking, saltwater fishing, hiking, scuba diving and clam digging.
Clark Island State Park is 1.75 miles northeast of Orcas Island in San Juan County. It is accessible by boat only.