What more could you ask for? Beach, lake, camping, hiking and a beautiful bridge! ALL in ONE place! You can watch boats, birds and people.
Great park rangers, helpful...GORGEOUS view. Its the best place to go around here for the view...they have places you can grill stuff up too...already there, lots of camping, beautiful lush gorgeous spots:)
This was a very good park. I do not know why people are blabbering in reviews about the plane noises.That is not even the parks fault! Camping was very quiet and epicness is maximum. And the views are amazing! Some people have high standards and give it a 1 star because it is wet and there is dirt! Every national... More
we stopped by to see about staying for a few days. Found the park cold dark and wet. The washrooms were dirty and needed some upgrading. No need to stay. Might be nice in the heat of summer. Glad we went with the car before driving up in RV
We almost missed this but someone recommended we go. The bridge itself is worth a trip but watching the sunset from the beach was amazing. Early in the afternoon it had been cloudy and wet but by evening it cleared off. There were several people shore fishing and it was fun to watch them. The sunset though, was spectacular.
This was only our 2nd visit to Whidbey Island/Deception Pass State Park but we were so captivated by the natural beauty of this area that we had to have our wedding ceremony here. Having traveled extensively, I have to say this is one of the most tranquil places I've ever been. The pictures we've taken here on our two trips... More
This is an amazing place. The views are spectacular. You will take a LOT of pics. You can take tours and boat rides if you wish or do what we did, walk the trails, cross the bridge, go under the bridge, and marvel in old growth forests, strong currents colliding under the bridge, and peaceful shores.
While visiting friends who live north of Seattle, I made it a point of driving out to see the Deception Pass Bridge. I stopped on the way to and from the Coupeville Ferry, did a little hiking, and then drove back another day just to get more photos of the bridge and Mt. Baker in the distance. One of the... More
This is a good place to spend a day or an afternoon. We visited 3 areas: drove through Cranberry Lake, Goose Rock, and Bowman Bay/Sharpe Cove/ Rosalie Head. Cranberry Lake is a marshier area where I wouldn't plan to do more than eat a picnic or walk around the lake. Some people were kayaking there. We spent most of our... More
I cannot imagine who would not like this State Park where we got an Annual State Park Pass here for $30.00 (good for the next 12 months), even though we do not reside in the State of Washington. North Beach was such a great place to watch the sunset. I was blown away by the number of people I saw... More
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