Long Lake County Park

5100 Long Lake Road SE, Port Orchard WA 98366

Size: 27 Acres

Region: South District

Features:  Lake access, swimming area, fishing pier,
picnic areas, playground, volleyball court, ball field, restrooms, fishing pier, community center, parking lots and life jacket kiosks.

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Please Note: Park restrooms are closed annually for the winter season from October 1st through March 31st. Please plan accordingly when planning to visit a Kitsap County Park during the winter season. During this time parking by the fishing pier will be closed. The general parking lot will remain open.

​ ​PARK RENTAL FACILITY - BOB OKE LONG LAKE COMMUNITY ROOM

​The community room is a perfect facility for weddings, private parties, family reunions, picnics, meetings and much more. This spacious rustic cedar-sided building is located on the shores of Long Lake in South Kitsap. Seating accommodates up to 75 attendees, tables and chairs are provided. Adjacent to the building is a playground, large grass playfield and a ball field.

Rate: $45 per hour

Size: 1,200 Sq. Ft

Capacity: 75 

Included with Rental: 80 white foldable chairs; 13 (6 ft.x3ft) rectangle banquet tables (each table seats 8);  kitchen with refrigerator, stove, microwave and counter; private bathrooms for both men and women

Other Amenities: Large parking lot, lake view from center, playground and ball field nearby

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Directions:

From Tacoma: Take Hwy 16 West to the Sedgwick Rd exit; turn right onto Sedgwick Rd. Travel on Sedgwick Rd To long Lake Rd, go right onto Long Lake Rd. The park is on the right.

From Bremerton: Take Hwy 16 East (towards Tacoma), take the Sedgwick Rd exit, turn left onto Sedgwick Rd. Travel to Long Lake Rd, and turn right on Long Lake Rd. Park is on the right.  

 

Fishing and Boating:

  • Fishing is allowed on the lake only between April 1st and September 30th.
  • Fishing is allowed on the lake by canoe, kayak or small boats with no motors, at the NON-TRAILERABLE Boat Launch. The WDFW access along the western shore has a boat ramp and boat dock. The northern shore of the lake has a fishing pier and plenty of shoreline access.
  • Fishing is allowed at the fishing pier, located along the northern shore
  • Fishing from the swimming area is prohibited.
  • Swimming from the fishing prier is prohibited.
  • For more information regarding boating and fishing Click Here to visit the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW).

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