Formerly the site of the Lisabeula Resort, it is now a 5.5 acre shoreline park and terrestrial conservancy located on the west side of Vashon Island overlooking Colvos Passage at the end of Southwest 220th Street. The area was named Lisabeula by Postmaster Brink after his two daughters, Eliza and Buelah. Below is a video of me driving down to the beach. It’s a great place for dogs and is typically not very busy. Lisabeula Beach used to have a great rope swing that we use to play on all summer, not sure if it’s still there.
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.
Park Hours: Dawn to Dusk. Generally, open by 7 a.m. Monday through Friday and 8:00 a.m. weekends and holidays.
Address: Western end of 220th Rd., Vashon, WA