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Bowman Bay - Deception Pass State Park, Washington State
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This view is of a portion of the Bowman Bay area of Deception Pass State Park in Washington State.  This area has numerous picnic shelters built by the Civilian Conservation Corp in the 1930's, and a nearby Interpretive Center tell the story of their time here.  This area of Deception Pass offers recreational opportunities including boating, hiking, picnicing and camping surrounded by outstanding scenery.

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