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Bridge Shelter Picnic Area - Saltwater State Park, Washington

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"Bridge Shelter" Picnic Area near the campground entrance.  Overhead, State Route 509 travels south towards Dash Point State Park and Federal Way.

Saltwater State Park is located just north of the city of Des Moines on the shores of Puget Sound.  This 87 acre park features camping, hiking trails, 1445 feet of Puget Sound shoreline and an artificial reef for divers.

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A: Bridge Shelter Picnic Area - Saltwater State Park, Washington

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C: North Rim Trail View - Saltwater State Park, Washington

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D: McSorley Creek Footbridge - Saltwater State Park, Washington

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F: Saltwater State Park Interpretive Center, Exterior - Washington

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I: Picnic Area at Saltwater State Park, Washington

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