Stokes National Park covers an area of 10,667 hectares, excluding 16.19 hectares for preservation of a historic homestead – Moir Homestead.
There is coastal scenery from the inlet offering ocean fishing and sandy beaches with good swimming. The vegetation includes mostly coastal heath, scrub and areas of dense low forest. Trees are mainly yate and paperbarks. Fauna includes the grey kangaroos, occasionally seals and more than 40 different types of bird life.
Camping facilities are available with caravan pads and borehole toilets in designated areas. Other areas are available for discreet camping only.
The closest main town for supplies and other accommodation is Esperance, or supplies can be obtained from Munglinup, 30 kilometres west of the Park.
There are barbecue facilities and tables available at the inlet along with borehole toilets. There is no water available here or at the camping areas.
The best time to visit is September through to April. Contact the ranger on duty for more information and advice on equipment required. Exercise caution when boating in the inlet.
Camping in Western Australia’s natural areas is a special experience.