Island Beach Access
 

Limpet Lane Road End


Getting to the water's edge claims that there are "950 ft of adjoining public tideland to the NE of this access point". This is a controversial spot and this needs to be clarifited. Are there 950 ft of access or just the width of the road? Public Road Ends are usually most suitable for neighborhood use. These sites are typically small narrow road-ends tucked into residential neighborhoods and do not accommodate large groups or high-intensity use. Parking is often limited or non-existent at Please respect neighboring private property. Small road-width access point at the end of Limpet Lane on Whidbey island.

  • Access Fee: No
  • Parking: None
  • Parking Fee: No
  • Beach Access Type: Pedestrian
  • Beach Type: Cobble
  • Person with Disabilities Access: None
  • Setting Experience: Neighborhood
  • State Park: No
  • Restrooms: None
  • Drinking Water: No
  • Picnic Facilities: None
  • Boardwalk: No
  • Boat Launch: None
  • Hiking Trails: None
  • Stairs to beach: No
  • Marina: No
  • Camping: No
  • WWT Campsites: No
  • Public Transport: No
  • Beach Walking: No
  • Swimming: n/a
  • Scuba: n/a
  • Shellfishing: No
  • Crabbing: Yes
  • Fishing: Unknown
  • Bird and Wildlife Watching: Unknown
  • Tidepooling: No
  • Bicycling: No
  • Horseback Riding: No
  • Hiking: No
  • Scenic View: Yes

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