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South Whidbey State Park

  1. Public Meeting with the Friends of South Whidbey State Park

    September 3, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Freeland Library

    To all Members and Friends of South Whidbey State Park:

    Please come and bring a friend to an open public meeting, about South Whidbey State Park, at the Freeland Library on September 3rd at 6:30.

    It is a exciting and challenging time for the park and we need your input to envision a future that will encourage the community to use the park, while maintaining the ecological treasure we have there.

    Ranger Jon Crimmins will present information and lead a discussion on the future direction the Friends of South Whidbey State Park, Park Staff goals, and an update on the Trees in the campground. The future work of the Friends of South Whidbey State Park FOSWSP depends on your involvement. Now is the time to get involved. Please join us.

    Questions: call Kathy at 206 619-3999

  2. Walk the Park with State Parks Stewardship Program's Robert Fimbel

    September 16, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM @ South Whidbey Island

    In spring 2015, park staff preparing for the upcoming camping season noted that several large Douglas-fir trees in the campground had snapped and fallen across campsites. A forest pathologist found advanced heart rot in the stems of large old-growth trees in the park—a condition that can result in falling trees and limbs. As a public safety precaution, State Parks management closed the state park to overnight camping. The park is still open for day use.

    The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is offering two public walking tours to learn about the issues that led to the campground closure earlier this spring at South Whidbey State Park.The park tour will be led by Robert Fimbel, State Parks Stewardship Program. The tours will leave from the day-use parking area. Each tour is about 90 minutes, with ample time for questions and answers.

    No Discover Pass is required for the tour.

  3. Walk the Park with State Parks Stewardship Program's Robert Fimbel

    September 16, 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ South Whidbey Island

    In spring 2015, park staff preparing for the upcoming camping season noted that several large Douglas-fir trees in the campground had snapped and fallen across campsites. A forest pathologist found advanced heart rot in the stems of large old-growth trees in the park—a condition that can result in falling trees and limbs. As a public safety precaution, State Parks management closed the state park to overnight camping. The park is still open for day use.

    The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is offering two public walking tours to learn about the issues that led to the campground closure earlier this spring at South Whidbey State Park.The park tour will be led by Robert Fimbel, State Parks Stewardship Program. The tours will leave from the day-use parking area. Each tour is about 90 minutes, with ample time for questions and answers.

    No Discover Pass is required for the tour.