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South Whidbey State Park, Whidbey Island, Washington State

500-year-old Cedar - South Whidbey State Park, Washington State

500-year-old Cedar - South Whidbey State Park, Washington State
500 Year Old Cedar tree at South Whidbey State Park, on Whidbey Island, Washington State.South Whidbey State Park is located on the south-western coast of Whidbey Island in Puget Sound, Washington State.This park features seasonal camping and seve...
Published 07/11/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Beach at South Whidbey State Park, Washington State

Beach at South Whidbey State Park, Washington State
Early winter provides quiet solitude at the beach of South Whidbey State Park.  The beach faces Admiralty Inlet in northern Puget Sound, with views of the Olympic Mountains.South Whidbey State Park is located on the south-western coast of Whidbey ...
Published 07/11/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Fall Color along Beach Trail (2) - South Whidbey State Park, Washington State

Fall Color along Beach Trail (2) - South Whidbey State Park, Washington State
Late fall leaves cover the trail leading down to the sandy beach at South Whidbey State Park, Washington.South Whidbey State Park is located on the south-western coast of Whidbey Island in Puget Sound, Washington State.This park features seasonal ...
Published 07/11/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Fall Color along Beach Trail (1)- South Whidbey State Park, Washington State

Fall Color along Beach Trail (1)- South Whidbey State Park, Washington State
Late autumn leaves covering the trail leading to the sandy beach at South Whidbey State Park on Whidbey Island, Washington.South Whidbey State Park is located on the south-western coast of Whidbey Island in Puget Sound, Washington State.This park ...
Published 07/11/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation

Ridge Loop Trail, South Whidbey State Park, Washington

Ridge Loop Trail, South Whidbey State Park, Washington
Ridge Loop Trail is one of 3 wooded trails on the eastern side of South Whidbey State Park.  Many old growth trees survive, and new generations of trees can be seen growing on 'nurse logs', older fallen trees and stumps.South Whidbey State Park is...
Published 07/11/2013 by Washington State Parks Foundation