Clean bathrooms and shower. Friendly people. Security is very good BUT only one fish cleaning station. It was awful. Had to wait in a long line to clean our fish. It took so long that people were cleaning their fish on the dock in the hot sun where seagulls poop.
Overall, a really decent place for short term moorage. One downside is the lack of fish cleaning stations, however, not everyone needs those.
Little bit of chaos at the check in as they were putting in a huge fuel tank right next to the building. Stayed only two of the three nights. Wasn't able to get a refund on the third night. No biggie except the attendant was a little rude about it.
This is a great working marina. Every boating service you could think of is near and affordable. The docks are clean and in good repair. The only down side is it is a bit a jaunt into town or shopping. I have received some great advice here about the mouth of the Straits and crossing to Canada. The fishing is some of the best in Washington. Friendly and helpful people.
Closer to the Pacific Ocean than any other port on the Puget Sound, the Port Angeles Boat Haven is the best option for no-hassle access to all points northwest. The Boat Haven offers moorage, electricity, refueling, haul-out facilities and on-site US Customs services. Provisioning is right up the hill. The Boat Haven's strategic location on the Strait of Juan de Fuca makes it the perfect base for your cruising adventures up and down the Northwest coast. Situated on 16.1 acres, it has moorage for more than 440 commercial and leisure vessels, including 75 boat houses. Slips range from 24 to 50 feet and up to 164 feet broadside.