107 – Fort Casey State Park

On the Whidbey side of the Clinton Ferry, Fort Casey State Park, with its big guns, bunkers, miles of trails, beach walk and a third lighthouse visit in as many days always makes for a great hike. Go here - http://www.parks.wa.gov/parks/?selectedpark=fort%20casey - for more information on Fort Casey State Park.

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106 – Coupeville Dockside Walk

Coupeville is one of those artsy, waterfront towns that tourists love to visit. Returning by ferry from a trip to the Olympic Vacation, we decided to stop at Coupeville to take in their Dockside Walk. Most of the tourists visit Coupeville during the warm, summer months, so it was very enjoyable to be there at the end... Continue Reading →

105 – Fort Warden State Park

History, barracks, batteries, museums, castles, tunnels, bluffs, a Lighthouse and more, by the time we had finished exploring this State Park, my Fitbit had logged me at just over four miles on the trails at Fort Warden State Park. Go here - http://www.parks.wa.gov/fortworden/ - for more information on Fort Warden State Park.  

104 – Spruce Railroad

A scenic hike along the shore of Lake Crescent, rich with history from the old railroad, the Spruce Railroad Trail follows the shore of the lake and passes the remains of several railroad tunnels. Information, driving directions and recent trip reports for the Spruce Railroad trail is available on the Washington Trails Association website, here... Continue Reading →

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