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Dugualla State Park

Puget Sound and Islands


Puget Sound and Islands -- Whidbey Island
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5.0 miles, roundtrip



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The land encompassed by Dugualla State Park was acquired in 1992, when Washington State Parks bought the property to prevent it from being logged. It is now a quiet little state park at the north end of Oak Harbor.

It provides residents and visitors a lovely little area to explore; perfect for visitors of any ability.

There are six trails here, which weave together to create an appealing network to explore. This network includes more than a mile of shoreline walking, a wander through an alder grove or a wetland, and even a little bit of elevation gain, for those looking for a little bit of a heart rate increase.

The trails are well-signed, but bring a map. They are available at the Deception Pass Foundation's site. 


Dugualla State Park

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Co-ordinates: 48.3415, -122.5699 Open map in new window


Puget Sound and Islands -- Whidbey Island

Washington State Parks

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Getting There

From Highway 20 on Whidbey Island, turn east onto Sleeper Road and drive 2.5 miles until it dead ends at a metal gate.

Dugulla is also accessible from Deception Pass State Park. Drive south on Highway 20 for about seven miles and turn left on Sleeper Road, then follow the directions as stated above.

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