Location: 609 Front Street, Mukilteo
The Mukilteo Lighthouse Park was constructed in the 1950s on a filled tideland and has provided continuous public beach access up to the present. The former Washington State Park was deeded to the City in 2003. In 2004, the City adopted a Lighthouse Park Master Plan to make physical improvements to the approximately 14.4 acre site. Phases I & II of the Plan are completed.
This park is also the home of the historic Mukilteo Light Station and is available for touring and special events. To obtain more information about the Lighthouse, contact the Mukilteo Historical Society or visit their website.
Information about parking at Lighthouse Park.
Boat Launch Parking Permit:
A boat launch parking permit may be obtained at City Hall located at 11930 Cyrus Way. For additional information on obtaining a permit, call 425.263.8000
Lighthouse Park Information
Hours of Operation and Recreational Fire Pits Rules at Lighthouse Park:
There are six (6) fire pits located along the beach at the park. Please bring your own firewood. Fires are allowed under the following rules:
- A responsible adult shall be present at all times.
- All fires shall be in designated pits.
- No beach wood shall be used for fires.
- No accelerants shall be used to start or maintain fires.
- Fires shall only be charcoal, clean dry firewood or manufactured fire logs. No treated lumber of any kind.
- Fires shall not be higher than two (2) feet.
- Fires shall not be allowed during air quality burn bans and/or fire safety burn bans.
- Fires shall be extinguished before leaving.
- Fires shall be extinguished if deemed unsafe or a nuisance by the Mukilteo Fire Department or Mukilteo Police Department.
|General Park Information, Concerns or Comments||425.263.8180|
|May 15th – September 30th||4:00 AM to 10:00 PM|
|All Other Times||6:30 AM to 10:00 PM|