The Port of Everett’s Jetty Landing Ferry Dock is ADA accessible, and Argosy Cruises offers an ADA ramp for boarding the ferry vessel; however, Jetty Island is a natural sandy beach habitat and is not ADA accessible.
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No. The Jetty Island ferry does not operate year-round, but it is offered on a seasonal basis and is available by reservation. Reservations will be available five days a week (Wednesday – Sunday) from July 6 to Sept. 4
Yes. Ferry transportation is available on a reservation basis 5 days a week (Wednesday through Sunday) from July 6 to Sept. 4. Check out the current ferry schedule at visiteverett.com/jetty
The ferry departs the Jetty Island Ferry Landing every 15-30 minutes; ticket holders must be onsite to begin boarding 15 minutes before departure. Ferry reservations are required to guarantee your seat(s) on the ferry.
When you arrive at the island, please select an available return time ticket for each person in your party. This allows you to decide how long you wish to stay. Return tickets are limited to the capacity available on each ferry trip, so it’s important to grab your return ticket upon arrival.
In the event of inclement weather, ferry service may be cancelled.
Be sure to pack in anything you need to enjoy a fun day at the beach. We suggest you bring plenty of water and any food items you may want while on the island. We cannot stress water enough as there is no running water on the island, and no concessionaires offering food or drink. We also recommend beach chairs, umbrellas, sand and water toys, kites, sunscreen, towels, etc.
No. There are no food and drink, or other concessionaire options once you arrive to the island. Pack in what you need for food and drink (we can’t stress water enough!) and be sure to pack it out with you to keep the island clean.
No. Camping is not allowed on the island, unless as part of a City parks sponsored and/or permitted program.
No dogs or other pets are allowed on the ferry or out on the island. Jetty Island is a nature preserve providing key habitat for various bird species and other wildlife that could be spooked by our four-legged friends. Service animals are allowed.
No. Drugs and alcohol are not allowed to be brought onto the island.
Yes, the Port of Everett offers a guest moorage dock for mooring private boats while visiting the island. Guest moorage is free for up to six hours, thereafter, posted rates apply and can be paid via the DockWA mobile app. Simply search Port of Everett to find and pay for your stay. Maximum moorage stay is two days.
No, there are no lifeguards on the island. Caution is advised.
Yes, but only in designated fire pits. There are three designated fire pits located near the main beach available for use on a first come, first serve basis. Visitors must provide their own firewood and the fire must not be left unattended. Beach fires or burning of driftwood is not allowed.
No portable BBQ or cooking equipment is allowed on the island.