Deception Pass State Park26 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 41229 WA-20, Oak Harbor, WA 98277, USA, Whidbey Island, United States
- Timings: 08:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3606753767
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park
The Deception Pass is a strait that separates Whidbey Island from Fidalgo Island and is located in the US state of Washington. Surrounded by the Deception Pass State Park, this place provides a lot of recreational activities, making this the most-visited park in Washington. The park was established in 1923 and covers 1600acres of land. The park has three campgrounds, several hiking trails, beaches, tidepools, fishing piers, and so much more.
Deception Pass State Park Reviews & Ratings
This is one stop I always take my out of state visitors. The views are just awesome and its fun to walk across the bridge, lots of photo ops for free! Its always nice to go under the bridge and walk along some of the trails, its a nice quiet place to be. I go there on my own as well for that reason. Its all just very pretty and calming, who doesn't need that?!
One of my favorite places on earth. I cannot express how incredibly happy and at peace this little spot made me feel. I must’ve visited this park 3-4 times in the span of just over a month and made sure to explore every trail there was. Absolutely stunning.
The park itself is beautiful. Great walks in the woods. Wonderful beaches. Choose your time to visit carefully. The local navy training base is used by low flying jet fighters. The days we were there they flew very low over the park and were painfully loud.
One of best places to camp around Puget sound. Single campers would do well to hike, bike or bus into park to make use and availability of hiker/sites which are cheaper and more accessible. This park fills up fast.
Great place to go for a day trip. Nice little trek to the beach and just great views. Saw jellyfish float by. It's peaceful. At the visitors booth you can purchase tickets for jet boat tour under the Bridges and around the islands. $40 for adults. Bring your discovery pass.