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Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve

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Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve

255 Reviews
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Jet Boat Tour to Deception Pass
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Jet Boat Tour to Deception Pass

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At peak current at over 8 knots (9.5 mph) almost 900 million gallons of water pour through Deception Pass. That’s 50 times more flow that all the rivers in the Puget Sound. You can see why there is a 4.5 foot height difference in the water level from one side of the pass to the other!<br><br>But don’t worry, the boat is equipped with latest safety equipment. Captain Brett and crew will ensure safe passage and an entertaining time for all!<br><br>The Island Whaler is a New Zealand designed jet drive catamaran. The catamaran style and foil assist ensures a soft and stable ride in any conditions. The open deck seating will give you the best 360° viewing opportunity and interaction with the surrounding elements.
$43.50 per adult
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rogersober wrote a review Sep 19
Clermont, Florida26,751 contributions3,330 helpful votes
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We wound our way from Anacortes through deception pass under construction to this lesser known NP. The view from the cemetery was obscured by smoke so we drove down to the beach and walked. We then went to The Whidbey Inn to get park stamped which was very nice.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Mike wrote a review Sep 17
Newport Beach, California1,006 contributions531 helpful votes
Walking the beach in the fog is absolutely wonderful. First you will be alone. Second it's enchanting to try and see where the sky ends and the sea starts.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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travelwhere wrote a review Aug 2020
Modesto, California2,380 contributions344 helpful votes
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Ebeys vista had bathroom at end of dirt road. A state park has camping. Beautiful driftwood lots of seaweed floating. Worth the drive.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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CascadiaPNW wrote a review Aug 2020
Bellevue, Washington208 contributions64 helpful votes
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Great views and easy hike but not for anyone with fear of heights, that's for sure! The trail along the cliff-side is just a few feet wide and a fall would be quite fatal. Makes you feel like you're on an adventure! Lots of photo spots. In the end, you get to descend and walk along the sea between the driftwood and Admiralty Inlet and feel great that you made it! We parked near the cemetery and walked by Ebey's historic home and the block house. The sweeping views along this path of the farmland were lovely. It adds a bit more than a mile to the hike. Hike is a bit over 5 miles total and took over 4 hours with lots of photo stops.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Howard C wrote a review Aug 2020
Lehi, Utah13 contributions
A short, 5-minute drive from the Blue Goose B&B in Coupville, there are several shady hikes with great coastal views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Peninsula.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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