Visit Anderson Island

Visit Anderson Island

Visit Anderson Island Washington, Scenic and Natural!

Anderson Island Washington is probably one of the least explored of all the magical islands in Washington’s Puget Sound. That fact is quite astounding, given the unspoiled beauty and quality visitor services on this, the southernmost of all the Puget Sound Islands. No wonder they call her “the Secret Island.”
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Anderson Island has an a natural beauty that has turned other island destinations into busy, expensive tourist meccas. Anderson never lets her beauty go to her head. She remains calmly pristine and unspoiled. Enjoy saltwater beaches, lovely views of the Olympic Mountains and Mt. Rainier. Squawking seabirds – loons, herons and soaring eagles outnumber people. Mother seals calling their young and patrolling orcas replace the din of commerce and traffic congestion.

Easy to Get Here

golf Anderson IslandSo while Anderson Island is a pristine escape, it is nevertheless surprisingly easy to get here. The Pierce County ferry is a scenic 20 minute cruise. The ferry departs regularly from historic Steilacoom–just south of Tacoma. The sturdy boats transport passengers and their cars past mysterious Ketron Island and the forbidden rock, McNeil. Once there, you’re free to discover the secret island’s natural beauty. Enjoy fun activities like golf, hiking, camping. High quality visitor services–dining, B&B’s and a new museum invite you to relax. And here’s another visitors’ secret: Anderson is closer and easier to get to than Puget Sound’s other special islands. In addition, Anderson is surprisingly affordable for visitors, and folks looking for that special vacation property. The Secret Island is also a great place for people wanting an affordable home still close to big city services. Anderson Island Washington Steilacoom Ferry

The 7.75 square mile island has a variety of lush second growth forests, tidy neighborhoods and open farmland. Anderson Island has three fresh water lakes–great for recreation. Photographers enjoy lovely marine views of Mt. Rainier, neighboring McNeil Island, the Olympic Mountains and surrounding south Puget Sound. The island has year round population of about 1,000, and about Anderson Island Washington Mt. Rainier4,000 during the summer months.

Mt Rainier Anderson IslandAnd finally, rest assured you’ll be taken well care of on Anderson Island. High quality leisure and residential services are provided by the Island’s Riviera Community Club. It tends to every need and comfort for both visitors and residents. Make your plans now to visit Anderson Island Washington!

More information, quality pictures and videos on Anderson Island can be found at www.andersonisland.org

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