From the bluff overlook, you can see the Point Wilson Lighthouse as well as Admiralty Inlet. The sunsets from Fort Ebey are breathtaking and not to be missed. Surfing, paragliding, freshwater fishing, and seaweed harvesting are popular activities in this park. Please note that you may only harvest between April 16th and May 15th and you must have a license to harvest and fish. The campgrounds are closed from November 1 to February 28 each year but day use is available year round. The park offers 25 unsheltered picnic tables that are first come first serve. These picnic tables are located at Point Partridge, on the beach, and at the Gun Battery.
The park also offers two log picnic shelters, which can be reserved. These areas have BBQ grills, and four picnic tables, two of which are covered. One is at Gun Battery, can accommodate up to 150 people, and has a grassy area. The other at the beach has a small grass area and can accommodate up to 50 people. The park offers thirty-nine standard campsites that are $25-$35 per night peak season, $20 off-peak, and eleven that offer water and electricity hook-ups for $35-$45 per night peak season, $30 off-peak.
For those campers that arrived in human-powered watercraft, there is one water trailside campsite available for $12 per night. There is one restroom with two showers, all of which are ADA compliant. There is limited availability on the sites that can accommodate extra large RVs and there is no dumpsite at this campground. Leashed dogs are allowed on the beach, at the campgrounds, and on the walking trails. The leash must be no longer than 8 feet long, and you are asked to scoop his poop.