Spend part of a short day-light day at Dugualla State Park, a little-known park north of Oak Harbor. The park’s several miles of trails meander through an alder grove, a wetland area, and offer a more challenging, steeper trek to a secluded beach. Meet at Dugualla State Park at 9 am. To get there from the Deception Pass Bridge, drive toward Oak Harbor. Before you get to Oak Harbor, turn left onto Sleeper Road. Continue on Sleeper Road approximately 2.6 miles until it dead-ends at a metal gate. 3.67 mile distance of perimeter loop, including side trip to beach; additional mileage if one does “interior trails”; 500 ft elevation gain. WA State Discover Pass required for your vehicle.