This county park is 180 acres. Stroll through the park's corridor on a one mile long nature trail. Experience the sounds of the adjacent tumbling stream as it weaves its way through the giant trees of the old forest. The stream, which is home to various aquatic life, including fresh water fish and migrating salmon, forms a small marine estuary as it empties into Puget Sound. View various bird species in their natural habitat on a hike through the forest. Or comb the beaches and enjoy the breathtaking views of the distant Olympic Mountains.
The BNSF rail lines cross this property, so it's a great place to go train spotting. But please stay off the tracks for your safety.
For more information visit the county's website.
This is one of only two sites open to the public in the county for water trail camping. For Water Trail camping at Meadowdale Beach call 425-745-5111. During peak season please be prepared to leave a message and don't forget to include a day time contact number so the county can call you back.
6026 156th St SW
Edmonds, WA 98026