Island Beach Access
 

Fort Ebey State Park (dnr-140)


Extensive inland and coastal trails, spectacular views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Large state park with a variety of beach, forest and open field environments. Old growth forest, large inland lake and popular seasonal surfing beach.

  • Access Fee: Yes
  • Parking: Paved
  • Parking Fee: No
  • Beach Access Type: Pedestrian
  • Beach Type: Cobble
  • Person with Disabilities Access: Specifically ADA
  • Setting Experience: Primitive/Remote
  • State Park: Yes
  • Restrooms: Flush
  • Drinking Water: Yes
  • Picnic Facilities: Shelter/Tables/BBQ Pits
  • Boardwalk: No
  • Boat Launch: Non-motorized
  • Hiking Trails: Yes - Type Unknown
  • Stairs to beach: No
  • Marina: No
  • Camping: Yes
  • WWT Campsites: Yes
  • Public Transport: No
  • Beach Walking: Yes
  • Swimming: Yes
  • Scuba: No
  • Shellfishing: No
  • Crabbing: Yes
  • Fishing: No
  • Bird and Wildlife Watching: No
  • Tidepooling: No
  • Bicycling: Yes
  • Horseback Riding: No
  • Hiking: Yes
  • Scenic View: Yes

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Upcoming Events

  • Coupeville Farmers Market IBA Information Booth, Saturday July 1, 10:00 am. We'll be at the Coupeville Farmer's Market
  • IBA Monthly Public Meeting, Friday, July 9, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm, at the WhidbeyTel Community Class in the same building as the Wifire Cafe in Freeland.
  • Wonn Road End Beach Walk, Saturday, July 22, 9:30 am. Park and meet at the Greenbank Farm and walk the negative tide from the Wonn Road End Beach Access north to the Holmes Harbor Estate boat ramp then back to Greenbank Farm.


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