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Although i live within 20 minutes i rarely venture out to Tolmie. I went mid week during the school year and i saw one other person (with a dog on a leash - THANK YOU!!!). i felt taken to a far away place of seclusion...More
Not everyone has easy access to the Salish Sea/Puget Sound. But Tolmie State Park provides incredible views, a beach that adjusts its size with the tide--but my personal favorite is the Seven Cedars' Trail. A novice hiker gets to walk about 2 miles with enough...More
Went here on a whim and ended up loving the park! The staff was very helpful, selling us a yearly pass for $30 which includes all the other State Parks in Washington. Very nice areas in this park----picnic tables, easy access to the water (Puget...More
We stopped by to do a picnic dinner late one afternoon. Beautiful views of Anderson Island nice beach when the tide is out you can walk way out. Nice birds and wildlife there as well. Don’t forget your Discover pass there is no place to...More
This is a quaint, picturesque northwest beach, where you can do a quick walk or plan a nice afternoon picnic or family outting. Many tide pools in the summer for spotting baby crabs, sand dollars and shells. Make sure to leave the sand dollars that...More
A nice quiet place to walk the trails and enjoy the views. We went at low tide and it was so nice to see the plant and animal life...and enjoy casual strolls. It's nothing exciting, but very nice to spend some calm time looking at...More
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No, and on the weekends when there are extra low tides there are Beach Naturalists on the beach who show beach wanderers the wonders of the beach and tideline. It is a lovely park for exploring, not made for anyone with... More
No, and on the weekends when there are extra low tides there are Beach Naturalists on the beach who show beach wanderers the wonders of the beach and tideline. It is a lovely park for exploring, not made for anyone with walking issues, however.