Illahee State Park
Check tide charts! Went out during low tide which, when the tide started to come in, the current made visibility hard at upper level (6to12ft)but once at the bottom cleared up. Very diverse sea life in less than 15ft of water, clams, conch, Dungeness crab, halibut, starfish and very very large sea-cucumbers. Other fish were there but being from the East coast I was not familiar with the species.
Eastern Bremerton, across Warren street bridge, make right beside 7-11 follow to end and make left. Follow to the bottom. Beach dive or pier. Fishing is allowed here so be careful!
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07/18/2019 Anonymous (Avg: 4.14 Review) - I went freediving today around low slack tide. The water was clear with about 20 feet visibility. Once the tide shifted visibility went down to about 10 feet. Plenty of crab, sea snails, geoduck, fish and many more
06/21/2012 Sam Silver (Avg: 3.66 Review) - I go snorkeling there, so I don't know how a dive would be. You park right at the water edge. They have a changing room and showers.
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