- Phone payment for moorage can be made M-F, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM at 360.753.8380. Payment may also be made at the drop box at the "Welcome Boaters" sign between the north and south gangways on "E" Dock.
- With guidance changing frequently, we have created a document to outline our current COVID Response for our Parks, Facilities and Programs. Please refer to this document as some details on our main web pages may be modified at this time.
Welcome to Percival Landing Public Moorage
The City of Olympia offers public boat moorage at Percival Landing, adjacent to our scenic waterfront park and boardwalk. Percival Landing is located at the southernmost end of Budd Inlet's West Bay. When coming from the north, you will head right when the channel splits and then stay to the left until you reach our two docks at the very end. See map for visuals.
The Landing includes a 0.9-mile boardwalk extending along the eastern shoreline of West Bay and is within walking distance to Downtown Olympia and it's many restaurants, theaters, shops, and the Olympia Farmers Market.
- Moorage is on a first-come-first-served basis, subject to City events or approved reservations.
- Maximum Stay 7 Days in a 30 Day Period.
- Fee chart provided at registration location. No charge for daytime stays of 4 hours or less.
- Upon arrival, please register for moorage at The Olympia Center, the large building to the east of "E" Dock.
Olympia Center Hours: Monday- Friday: 8am-7:30pm; Saturday: 9am-4pm; Sundays and holidays: Closed.
After-hours arrivals please register at the Olympia Center on the following day.
Sunday and Holiday Moorage: Register at the "Welcome Boaters" sign between the north and south gangways on "E" Dock.
- Group reservations are available October 1 - March 31. Please contact Olympia Parks, Arts and Recreation at 360-753-8380 for more information or submit a request online.
||Base Fee (20 ft. & under)
||Each Additional Foot
|| 40 cents
|| No power or water hookup available
|| 80 cents
Power and water hookup available (mid-March-October only)
State and Local Boating Regulations for Budd Inlet and Percival Landing
The Olympia Harbor Patrol enforces rules and regulations in waterways within City limits.
- Boaters shall comply with the wake zones and speed limits.
- All boats must have Coast Guard approved life jackets readily available to each person on board and worn by persons under age 12.
- It is unlawful for any person under the influence of drugs or alcohol to operate a boat.
- No persons shall moor a boat overnight at the Percival Landing facility unless that person immediately registers and pays the fee established.
- In consideration of the City of Olympia's renting moorage for your boat, you hereby waive any and all claims for damages against the City of Olympia, its employees and City Council that you or your family or guest on your boat now have or might hereafter have, by reason of injury sustained by you or in connection with use of said moorage, including use of docks, piers, shore facilities or damage to your boat by fire or the elements and/or its content, while moored at Percival Landing Park.
- All boats with a holding tank (MSD III) should use the pump-out stations located at Percival Landing or at Swantown Marina.
- Discharge of oily or dirty bilge water is illegal.
- Disposal of used oil, antifreeze, paint solvents, varnishes or batteries into the garbage is illegal.
- No person shall conduct major work or outfitting, painting, sandblasting or welding on boats at Percival Landing.
We hope your boating excursion to Olympia will be a safe and enjoyable one. Thank you for making our waters safer for everyone.