We didn't stay overnight here but just dropped in for the day. There is a small charge for that because it is a State Park. We went on a beautiful wooded hike that had a couple of overlooks. We ended the hike at a lovely beach. The beach is of the stony variety with lots of wildlife on it and looks over a wide vista.\ that includes Whidbey Island. What we liked most about it was that it was very nostalgic. It was an old fishing resort with these quaint little cabins and had one of those old signs made of branches hanging over the entrance. A small store contained an even smaller "museum" where you could look at old photographs of the site. There was also a boathouse where wooden boats were being restored and where you could rent all sorts of boats.
Our impression was that it was definitely kid-oriented. There were lots of them riding their bikes and playing on the beach. So, it is not for people that want an adult-oriented experience. We saw fairly small cabins, many by the waterfront. where adults were happily drinking beer and grilling. Very ideal for families that want their kids to get a genuine old-fashioned vacation at a resort.
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