Illahee State Park
Illahee State Park, part of the Washington State Park System, is located in the hamlet of Illahee, Washington, USA, just north of East Bremerton, on Port Orchard Bay part of the Puget Sound. The park offers camping, hiking, and a boat launch and dock. Located within the park is one of the country's oldest Pacific Yews, which has been standing for approximately 400 years. The word "Illahee" means earth or country in Indian tradition. The land for the park was acquired in seven parcels between 1934 and 1954.
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