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    Admiralty Head Lighthouse

    Located at Fort Casey State Park in the Coupeville area of Whidbey Island, Admiralty Head Lighthouse stands guard over Admiralty Inlet. First built in 1890, then rebuilt in 1903, Admiralty Head was the last brick lighthouse designed by renowned German architect Carl Leick. During its later occupancy by the Army, Read more [...]

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    Lime Kiln Lighthouse

    At Lime Kiln Point State Park, the loud, transient neighbors gear up for a party that runs from spring into fall. Those would be the spouting Orcas, fin-slapping Gray whales, barking sea lions and splashing porpoises. Set on a rocky bluff at the west end of San Juan Island, Lime Read more [...]

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    Stuart Island State Park

    Picture an island with turquoise inlets and craggy coves. The northern San Juan Islands may not come to mind at first, but Stuart Island Marine State Park could surprise you. Stuart Island, near the U.S.-Canada border, is one of the northernmost islands in the famed archipelago, and you can only Read more [...]

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    Joemma Beach State Park

    Joemma Beach has one boat ramp and 500-feet of dock space. The docks are available from mid-May through mid-October, offering 30-feet of moorage at low tide. Boaters have the right of way to the docks. A daily watercraft launching permit for $7 is available at the park. Annual permits also Read more [...]

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    Clark Island

    Clark Island Marine State Park is a 55-acre marine camping and moorage park with 11,292-feet of saltwater shoreline on the Strait of Georgia. Beaches are sandy on the west side of the island and smooth pea gravel on the east side. This is a popular kayaking site. It provides an Read more [...]