Skagit Audubon

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DUGUALLA STATE PARK - Moderate difficulty

Date: Thu. Dec 26, 2019 9:00 am

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. From the Deception Pass Bridge drive toward Oak Harbor. Before you get to Oak Harbor, turn left onto Sleeper Road. Continue on Sleeper Road approx.. 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 to park.

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