Stokes National Park is a national park in the
Goldfields-Esperance region of
Western Australia, 538 km south-east of
The National Park is located 80 kilometres (50 mi) west of
Esperance on the southern coast. A vehicle entry fee applies to Stokes National Park.
The Park is named after
Stokes Inlet, which lies within the park and is its best known feature.
The area of the park is 9,726 hectares (24,030 acres)
 excluding 16 ha (40 acres) that is part of the historic Moir homestead.
The park is mostly areas of coastal
scrubland, smaller areas of low dense
forest and sandy beaches around the inlet and coast to the south of the park.
The National Park is a relinquished pastoral lease, originally known as Fanny Cove Station, which in 1951 became Young River Station. It was then reverted to
crown land and national park status by 1973. The Moir homestead ruins from the 1873 establishment at Fanny Cove was on a heritage list by 1993, but has since been destroyed by fire.