Washington’s most loved state stop. Guests run to see the breathtaking extension and Pass. In view of Whidbey Island’s mild atmosphere, many fowls and waterfowl winter here, including a wealth of bald eagles. Angling is well known in Cranberry Lake and in waters encompassing the Island. Touring, supper, and whale-watching travels are accessible from numerous close-by organizations. Tent and RV outdoors are accessible year round. This stop additionally brags goliath old development backwoods, 30 miles of climbing trails. 19 miles of saltwater shoreline, 3 freshwater lakes, 320 campgrounds. Diving, saltwater and freshwater angling. Fabulous perspectives.
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Probably the most iconic forts within the “Triangle of Fire”, Ft Casey provided over watch of the puget sound back when the US feared an attack. Its now one of Whidbey Island’s most popular tourist spot and camping ground. Combined with Ft. Ebey, they offer miles of extensive hiking trails and breathtakingg views of the puget sound, Port Townsend and the Olympic Peninsula. 3 Miles in Total of climbing trails. Unfortunately due to the erosion of the bluff, mountain biking is only allowed in certain areas. Not into hiking? Explore the dark fort tunnels and massive guns with flashlights.
Beautiful old growth forest tower above at South Whidbey State Park.
Lovely little campsite with places to picnic or BBQ. An extensive trail system through the old growth down to Sandy Beach allows you to enjoy the day at South Whidbey State Park. Just Plugin in South Whidbey State Park onto your smartphone or computer and directions will pop right up. or click here.
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