Stop by The Lake Store, located just off of Cranberry Lake Road between the Lower Loop Campground and the Forest Loop Campground. The camp store offers camp gear, firewood, ice, ice cream, beverages/snacks, and an assortment of apparel. The Lake Store is operated by the Deception Pass Park Foundation and all proceeds are used to support educational programming and resource protection at the park.
Located next to The Lake Store is Camp Stuff Coffee. Drop in for a ‘pick me up’ in the morning: a fresh brewed cup of fav coffee, or in the afternoon, a nice, cool iced coffee of choice. This concessionaire is open on the weekends.
And Sisters Sisters Snack Company is offering kettle corn at West Beach this year.
Take a ride below the bridge with Deception Pass Tours. Take a unique ride on a seated open deck boat and enjoy a 360 degree unobstructed view as you pass through the waters of Deception Pass on a one-hour tour.
Sign up for this tour either at the bridge kiosk located on State Route 20 in the Deception Pass Bridge parking lot or at the Deception Pass Tours store located on State Route 20 about 1.5 miles north of Deception Pass Bridge.
Climb an old growth tree with Adventure Terra. Specializing in rock and canopy tree climbing activities, their adventurous courses go beyond the normal and leave people with lifelong experiences they will never forget. Their experiences are fun activities designed to teach people how to climb and are also designed to help participants explore and build upon important character skills and traits.
When you want a kayaking or paddle board experience, stop by Anacortes Kayak Tours at Bowman Bay. They offer rentals and guided trips. Their 1.5-hour Deception Pass kayaking tour is a popular park activity. This tour is perfect for families, and travelers who want to get out sea kayaking but feel that they aren’t ready to take a longer trip. Multiple departure times will fit into any schedule.