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Spencer Spit State Park, Lopez Island
Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
Spencer Spit State Park is a 138acre state-operated, public recreation area located on the east side of Lopez Island in San Juan County, Washington, USA. The park features two sand spits that join to form a briny marsh lagoon. This provides a migratory stop for waterfowl, including Bonaparte's gulls. Other local fauna include great blue herons and kingfishers.Activities and amenitiesThe park has 37 spaces for tent camping and two miles of hiking trails. For boaters, there are eleven mooring buoys on the Cascadia Marine Trail. Other recreational opportunities include swimming, fishing, clamming, diving, and beachcombing.Plan your visit to Spencer Spit State Park and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Lopez Island trip itinerary builder.
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Surprisingly pleasant little park. We have visited parks on many of the islands in the San Juan Group. This one was small but really nice. The spit, the bird area, the channels - everything was nice.
Its an interesting land form. Its a bit to crowded for my taste. i have bern to better places. Roads nartow. Blind curves drive slow through privste land with farm animals.
We didn't stay in the campground but enjoyed walking around the spit. You can rent kayaks here as well. The campground was small and you would not be able to take a large RV.
Gorgeous oceanfront park featuring a unique sand spit that reaches ... almost ... not quite to Frost Island. Can sit in the wood shelters and watch blue herons and other ocean birds.
Nice getaway.. good for camping and canoeing..
Great little rest stop for travelers but smells of bathroom waist
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