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Double Bluff County Park, Freeland

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  • If you like long walks on the beach, have a dog that you can take off lead, this park is for you. When the tide is out, Useless Bay offers more beach than any other. You get miles of beach and an off ...  more »
  • Almost everyone at the park was there to walk dogs or take them to a no leash area. The park is really pretty small. Fortunately, we were there at a minus tide so we could walk past the signs that sai...  more »
  • Nice little beach on west side of Whidbey Island. Small parking lot. Picnic tables. Great beach for exploring tidal pools and enjoying the sunsets. Lots of driftwood. Great view of the Olympic Mountai...  more »
  • Beautiful, tide in or out but out is the best. If you have the time walk about a half mile down to see the bluff and some amazing views. Family and pet friendly, men and ladies restrooms at the parking lot. A great way to spend an afternoon relaxing with the family.
  • Kid and pet friendly. Clean and water to wash the sand off as you leave. Not enough parking on busy days though so carpooling is a good idea.
  • The beach here is shallow for a distance from shore. Gr8 for kids. Also the forts built from driftwood. Very nice! Billy Myers
  • Great clamming spot 15 minutes off the Mukilteo/Clinton Ferry on Whidbey Island. Lots of beach but very little parking so come early. Clams are toward the bluffs and the best sand is at the park entrance.
  • I understand that this is an off leash dog park, however, please keep the pup at home if you can't keep a close eye on them. One too many random dogs coming up to our site to nose through our cooler.