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Our guide to hiking Whidbey Island’s most scenic state parks.


The bluff and beach trail at Ebey’s Landing:

This 3 mile trail in Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve is probably

Whidbey Island’s most notable hike. The trail leads along the top of a high bluff

overlooking Puget Sound, eventually dropping down to the beach.

Hike back along the beach.


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Enjoy a hot-tub, library, sunroom & breakfast.

Located near historic Coupeville, in

Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve.

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Deception Pass State Park:

From the parking area near Cranberry Lake, hike through the woods to the iconic bridge.

From the bridge, wander higher to open meadows with long-distance views.



Fort Ebey State Park:

This is our favorite park on the island.

The bluff trail weaves above the water and through the woods for two miles.

Another trail circles around a small lake, where you’ll often see bald eagles.