Ebey's Landing State Park

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Ebey’s Landing State Park is a 45.8-acre saltwater shoreline located on the Strait of Juan de Fuca adjoining Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve.

The park includes Isaac Ebey’s farmland on the bluff above the beach, Sunnyside Cemetery containing his grave, and the James Davis blockhouse built during the Puget Sound Indian Wars.

The park provides hiking, surf fishing, beachcombing, paddling, and birdwatching opportunities interpretive displays, a vault toilet, and 1.5 miles of trail along the bluff and beach.


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Address:
Ebey's Landing Road Coupeville, WA 98239
GPS:
48.19634800000001, -122.7022811

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