|Steamboat Island, Washington|
|• Land||.01 sq mi (0.03 km2)|
|• Total||41 |
|Time zone||WST (UTC-8)|
Steamboat Island is an island in southern Puget Sound. Founded in 1909, Steamboat Island was named by local settlers who thought the island resembled a steamboat. Demographically it is mostly Caucasian and made of mostly two person households.
Steamboat Island lies at the northern end of a peninsula known locally as the "Steamboat Peninsula." The peninsula and island is contained within the Griffin School District and is served by the Griffin Fire Department #13 and is also known locally as the "Griffin area" of Thurston County, Washington.
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