Deception Pass Bridge - Magnificent water and
mountain scenery. Enjoy a view of waters so turbulent they deceived
a sea captain and gave the Pass its name.
Deception Pass State Park - Offers salt water
beaches or fresh water swimming in Cranberry Lake. You can hunt
agates, climb sand dunes or launch a boat and fish for salmon, cod
and other bottom fish around Deception Pass Bridge. Maps of hiking
trails in the park are available at the Ranger Station.
Bay - Here are docks for fishing or crabbing, a boat launch, and
beaches for clam digging or a quiet stroll.
Golf - A short walk from North Whidbey RV Park you'll find a public golf
course or less strenuous "putt putt" golf.
Casey - On Whidbey Island a few miles south of the park, the
fort has underground tunnels, a lighthouse, gun batteries, and an
interpretive center. A popular place for scuba diving or flying a
Coupeville - A quaint waterfront town
with unique shops. The Whidbey Island Historical Museum is on the
south end of Waterfront Street. Don't miss the annual Coupeville
Arts & Crafts festival in August. http://www.coupevilleartsandcraftsfestival.org
- Eleven acres of cultivated rhododendron, nature trails and
Oak Harbor - Old Town Mall & downtown Oak Harbor. Shop the gift shops and antique stores along
Pioneer Way and enjoy lunch at a sidewalk cafe or at the eateries among the shops.
Casino & Bingo - Take an evening to try your luck at
blackjack, dice, roulette, cards, or bingo in Anacortes on SR20.
Brochures to area tourist attractions available in the office.