54 – Fort Ebey State Park

The Bluff Trail is my favorite trail at Fort Ebey State Park, a park on Whidbey Island built as a coastal defense fort in World War II.

Bluff Trail . . . Fort Ebey State Park

In full bloom this time of year, the trail to the top of the bluff is lined with Scotch broom bushes.

Along the trail . . . Fort Ebey State Park

The view is outstanding from the top of the bluff!

Along the bluff . . .

Taking a break along the trail to enjoy the view, a large red tailed hawk soared over our heads.

Taking a breal . . . on top of the bluff

Enjoying the view . . .

(pic by Kent) Me . . . looking out from the bluff

Driving directions to Fort Ebey State Park as well as a trail map can be found on the Washington State Parks, here –  Fort Ebey.

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