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Our specialty is encountering Orca Whales while kayaking the San Juan Islands. Day trips explore Lime Kiln Whale Watch Park. Multi-day camping trips visit remote islands. Professional guides, small groups, best equipment, 40+ years of experience.
The open tide flats are the park's most significant feature. Mud flats in the area support a rich supply of invertebrates that attract shorebirds as they migrate from Central and South America to their breeding grounds in the Arctic.
Surrounded by irrigated cropland, this area is characterized by a tapestry of rugged cliffs, deep coulees and canyons, lakes, wetlands and shrub-steppe.
Calling adventuresome birders to explore primitive site along Cowlitz River.
Enjoy the beauty and diversity of 600 acres of old growth Douglas firs, with mature western hemlock, Sitka spruce and western red cedar trees. Hike through five distinct ecosystems within a radius of just one mile.
Whether birding, practicing photography, or participating in educational programs, visitors enjoy viewing the unique ecosystems and diverse wildlife.
We invite you to leave behind your hectic daily routine and escape to the quiet, peaceful world of the Hi-Tide Ocean Beach Resort.
The park is part of the Willapa Bay Water Trail. A variety of migratory birds can be seen from fall through spring, including shovelers, brants, pintails, buffleheads and sooty shearwaters.
The land that is now Meadowbrook Farm has been a focal site of human activity for thousands of years.
The park is named for its "pinnacles," or unique sandstone formations, and for the town of Peshastin, located three miles away. The area has been popular for rock climbing since the 1960s.
Birders flock to one end while boaters motor on the other side of this high desert oasis where the Columbia River overflow fills glacier depressions formed in ancient sand dunes.
The Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife is the definitive source for all information about watchable wildlife, hunting, fishing and clamming seasons as well as access to our wild back country.
The island sits on Balch Passage between McNeil and Anderson islands in South Puget Sound. Visitors can enjoy picnicking on the beach and watching harbor seals on the shoal at low tide.
Situated in the beautiful South Puget Sound and features a pristine cove to set anchor. Visitors can enjoy the many hiking trails, viewing an active bald eagle nest and shellfish harvesting.
The area is conducive to all manner of day-trip beach activity and nature observation. The park features a shore on the Pacific Coast, with fishing, crabbing, and clamming opportunities in season. Beachcombing is always popular.