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Camano Island State Park

Nov 25, 2011

by Mike last modified Nov 25, 2011 05:43 PM
Type of Outing
Day hike
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Hike: Camano Island State Park
Region: Puget Sound and Islands -- North Sound
Agency: Camano Island State Park
Avg Rating: 2.29
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Mud/Rockslide
Water on trail
Bald Eagle perched in a tree up on the bluff at Camano Island State Park
Headed out today late so I decided to try out some closer trails so I decided on Camano Island State Park. There was some great sunshine and I got lucky getting some good pictures of a Bald Eagle flying and perched in the tree. This was part of my hike 48 of 50 planned at age 50. I hiked the beach from one end to the other which took about 2 hours but was a nice pleasant walk with the soothing sound of the waves breaking the shore. I then hiked the Loop Trail West Rim Section. It was a pleasnt hike with good views of the water and Whidbey Island. If I can't get to the mountains a beach hike is my second favorite place to hangout. A nice state park to visit with very few other people on a great November day. If you come to Camano Island come check out this state park along with CAMA Beach State Park which is just down the road. You can do both in the sameday. Check out videos of this hike and others I have done on my youtube channel at lmm3181 and as always get out and see this beautiful state and enjoy your hiking!
Here is a direct link to this video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BQqyH7jmIs
Mike
Beach Trail looking West at Camano Island State Park
Beach Trail loking East at Camano Island State Park
Panaramic View of Camano State Park Beach Front
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