Enjoy the sunsets over Colvos Passage from this 5.5 acre park. Lisabuela is a well-located stopover for your transition between South and Mid-Sound. Knowledgeable boaters go from south to north in Colvos Passage, using the predominately northward flow to help their passage.
The east end of the property conserves a wooded ravine and hillside. The shoreline area has been improved with a grassy play area, picnic tables, hand carry boat launch, and a designated primitive campsite for the Washington Water Trails system. The winding road is owned and maintained by King County.
The site is located directly north of Christianson Cove – a sensitive estuary that supports eelgrass. The area was named Lisabeula by Postmaster Brink after his two daughters, Eliza and Buelah.