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The trail suffered some erosion damage on the lower western side of the spit due to a major storm in December 2018. Please use the beach or cross back to the eastern side paved path.
Need to Know
Parking is free.
Paved 75% of trail.
Described as a 0.8-mile trail by the parks department due to the local resort and joining residential properties. However, it's actually a trail around the entire spit which can be looped if you stay on the public paved path or you link one of the many beach trails. Please stay on the public path when in the resort area. Also, consider the current tides and weather as this area can see high winds and quick changing weather often.
Tide pools, kayaking, beach activities, and even the oldest foot passenger ferry in Washington State to and from the City of Blaine during the summer months can be enjoyed at this gem of a park.
Flora & Fauna
Eagles, Heron, Loon, and other salt water animals.
Shared By: Ed Z