Lime Kiln Point State Park


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Lime Kiln Point State Park


Location:West end of San Juan Island on east bank of the Columbia River.
Facilities:12 picnic areas (1 @di), restrooms, trails, lighthouse, guided tours.
Activities:Whale watching, hiking, fishing, scuba diving, naturalist programs (seasonal), beachcombing.
Special Features:Whales and other sea mammals can be sighted from viewing platforms.
Address:1567 Westside Rd
Friday Harbor, WA 98250

Phone:360-378-2044
Web: www.parks.wa.gov/parkpage.asp?selectedpark=Lime%20Kiln%20Point
Size: 36 acres.

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For wildlife watching, head to Lime Kiln Point State Park on the island's woolly west side.
Go from late April through September to observe the island's most famous residents-a pod of about 80 Orca whales that are best seen from Lime Kiln Point State Park, AKA "Whale Watch Park.