Moran State Park


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Moran State Park


Location:On Orcas Island near Eastsound; accessible by ferry.
Facilities:151 standard campsites, 15 primitive campsites, 10 showers (2 @di), picnic shelter, picnic area, kitchen shelter (with electricity), beach access, boat rentals, boat launch, environmental learning center, hiking trails, bike trails, horse trails.
Activities:Camping, swimming, hiking, biking, horseback riding, boating, fishing, interpretive programs.
Special Features:Visitors can view Vancouver (British Columbia), Mount Baker, and San Juan Islands from a stone observation tower atop Mount Constitution. The tower was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1936.
Address:3572 Olga Rd
Eastsound, WA 98245

Phone:360-376-2326
Web: www.parks.wa.gov/parkpage.asp?selectedpark=Moran
Size: 5,252 acres.

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Scope: State Parks will use this grant to buy 55 acres on the Strait of Georgia next to Moran State Park on Orcas Island.
Moran State Park, on the island's eastern side, is home to Mt.
Orcas Island features Moran State Park with five freshwater lakes, campsites, and hiking trails.
Rosario and the other resorts slumber; the picnic tables and campsites at Moran State Park are vacant.
Visitors can hop aboard a whale watching and wildlife tour, rent a kayak or paddle boat or hike the rugged trails of the 5,000 Moran State Park. The charming villages of the island include a variety of restaurants, boutiques, art galleries and museums.
Here, 5,200-acre Moran State Park offers great picnic spots, from placid Cascade Lake to the top of 2,409-foot Mt.