Deception Pass State Park is a 4,134-acre marine and camping park with 77,000 feet of saltwater shoreline, and 33,900 feet of freshwater shoreline on three lakes. Rugged cliffs drop to meet the turbulent waters of Deception Pass. The park is outstanding for breath-taking views, old-growth forests and abundant wildlife.

Great views, easy paths, fantastic birding, beautiful teal waters.

2 months ago

Good trail to feel the burn!

It's super pretty and isn't too difficult for you or your pet there's all sorts of paths you can take to complete the hike my husband and I had a great time and I'm pretty sure my dog did too

Beautiful hike! Scenic views and fairly flat easy hiking!

3 months ago

Nice loop hike with constant views of the water. Suitable for kids that behave. Be prepared for lots of fellow hikers.

love it must see

Nice easy hike around the point. There are several trails that shoot off from the main trail but it is easy enough to navigate as you can always see the water. A previous review indicated it was not a loop. This is incorrect, the walk is in fact a loop.

4 months ago

The south side with the switchbacks is quite difficult for an older inexperienced hiker like me, but without that being noted on the trail map I didn't know not to take it. Should have known by the switchbacks. It was exhausting on a hot day. Glad I had lots of water. It was beautiful at the top. Got a bit lost on the perimeter trail on the way back. Needs better signage at certain points. Happy 100th to the National Park System.

A well-maintained and easy trail down to Little North Beach. A bit steep in only a few places. Fabulous views from the rocky beach. There are some kitchen shelters along the beach that can be rented.