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“This is one stop I always take my out of state visitors. The views are just awesome and its fun to walk across the bridge, lots of photo ops for free! Its always nice to go under the bridge and walk along some of the trails, its a nice quiet place to be. I go there on my own as well for that reason. Its all just very pretty and calming, who doesn't need that?!”
  • 15 lokalkjente anbefaler
Scenic Lookout
“Great place for a day on the beach. 25 minutes west to Anacortes. Bike or drive. Transit goes there too! ”
  • 19 lokalkjente anbefaler
Trail
“OUR FAVORITE HIKE. 8 Miles of moderate incline. Great views at the top. Stop in La Conner on the way back for some local food. ”
  • 12 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“Well maintained trail system & the sunsets are spectacular from the viewpoint.”
  • 10 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“Cap Sante Park look out: this overlooks downtown Anacortes, the marina and the and water. (2 miles) ”
  • 16 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“If you happen to be in the area in April, Roozengaarde is the spot to go! They have a beautiful tulip garden, but also fields of tulips as far as the eye can see. Google "Skagit Valley Tulip Festival" to learn more details and confirm the dates. A bit of a local secret is to go in late March. While the tulips won't be out yet, you'll get beautiful views of the daffodils, free packing, and the best part--no crowds!”
  • 9 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“Unbelievable panoramic views of the surrounding islands! Hike about an hour up, and enjoy!”
  • 6 lokalkjente anbefaler
Trail
“Fragrance Lake is part of Larrabee State Park, which became Washington’s first state park after a 20-acre parcel of land was donated by the Larrabee family in 1915. The park now accounts for a third of the Chuckanut Recreation Area’s 8,000 acres of public land. The Fragrance Lake trailhead is on Chuckanut Drive, directly across from the main entrance to Larrabee State Park. You’ll find a small parking area to the left just past the ranger station, or, if space is available, there are a dozen parking spots on the east side of Chuckanut Drive. A Discover Pass is required in either lot. A pass kiosk, water and flush toilets are available in the park.”
  • 9 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“Great color for tulips get lots of different varieties planted closed together.”
  • 4 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“Hike to the beach and explore the strange Chuckanut Sandstone formations. Great for a picnic and a sunset.”
  • 6 lokalkjente anbefaler
Playground
“Great park for children to play that is just down the road. Water spray pad is a lot of fun for little ones during the summer months. ”
  • 2 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“Co Managed by the Swinomish Tribe and State Parks this historic location was proposed to be a nuclear power plant in the 1970"s. Local opposition and philanthropic donors thwarted the plan. Great hike for those will to get out an about. ”
  • 2 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“This 100 acre county park has a boat launch, historic ferry, cabin, cedar canoe and extensive trails to the west of the park where the old railroad way has been converted to trails that take you miles. Fishing and River Rafting. In winter visit the Skagit Eagle Interpretive Center in the park. ”
  • 2 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“During the winter months of late DEC - Early FEB there is a massive Bald Eagle migration. The interpretive center at Howard Miller Steelhead Park offers free guided tours along the river.”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Park
“There are three sections of the Forest Lands: Whistle Lake Area, which is clostest to the Studio; Heart Lake area, and Little Cranberry Lake area. All three have wonderful trails and are simply amazing. Trail maps are available for you to borrow, in the Studio, or may be downloaded to your device from the Anacortes City Parks website. ”
  • 4 lokalkjente anbefaler
Park
“Great place to meet dogs and local walkers and stroll along the river dike.”
  • 3 lokalkjente anbefaler