24 Trails Off the Beaten Path
Do you want to get away from the crowds for your next hike? These 24 Whidbey and Camano hikes are some of the lesser-traveled paths.
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This 12 acre county park features a 1 mile long easy trail with dramatic views of the small islands in the northern part of Skagit Bay.
This 1.5-mile-long trail takes you from farmland, past wetland, and finally to the beach. There's parking at either end of the trail!
This 50-acre preserve is a wildlife habitat with forest, wetland, and pasture. There is a 1.2 mile trail with a forest and a meadow loop.
This state park property (although not an officially-listed state park) offers a complex of hiking trails including a 3-mile (round trip) hike to the beach.
Take a self-guided walking downtown Oak Harbor walking tour of the Garry Oaks that give the city its name.
Walk the Oak Harbor waterfront. From Scenic Heights Road you can walk through the Freund Marsh to the Oak Harbor Marina.
The moderately difficult 1.6 mile-long trail takes you through a mix of forest, wetlands, and meadow in a 208-acre preserve.