Deception Pass State Park is rich in natural features. This park is a busy place with an interesting geological history, diverse plants and animals, and a bustling shoreline community. Being on the coast means the Park has an even bigger role in resource protection because of the unique natural communities that live on or near the shorelines.
As you hike on the numerous trails and explore the park, you will find old growth forests, uncommon flowers, numerous trees, mushrooms, and lichens. With such a diverse natural community, you will discover something new wherever you go.
Because of its rare and vulnerable natural beauty, we ask that you are careful to stay on trails as you explore. Please use your camera to capture memories of this magical place.
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