South Whidbey State Park is a 347-acre camping park with 4,500 feet of saltwater on the Admiralty Shore. The park includes the old-growth forest, tidelands for clamming and crabbing, and campsites secluded by lush, forest undergrowth and views of the surrounding Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains. An array of birds, aqautic animals and mammals as well as several different kinds of plant life are all featured here.
The park features 3.5 miles of hiking trails, bird watching, beachcombing, saltwater fishing and swimming, clamming, crabbing, and wildlife viewing. The park also provides 15 uncovered fire circles, 1 covered fire circle, a kitchen without electricity, and 19 picnic tables and 4 covered picnic tables.
The park is available for camping year-round. The park sells firewood and nature books, and most other services are located within a few miles.