Blackie Brady County Park, Lopez Island Washington

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Blackie Brady County Park

Blackie Brady County Park is a small hidden Park at the southern end of Lopez Island. The calm bay and open beach are sheltered by rocky bluffs and forest. Read More

What can I see and do at Blackie Brady County Park?

This small Park is often deserted even in the middle of summer. The beach is a mix of small pebbles and sand. It is a quiet spot, best used for contemplation or maybe skipping stones. It faces west but it tucked in by trees and hills so it is most often shady even at midday in the summer. The parking lot has a small grassy area and picnic table.

Where is Blackie Brady County Park?

This Park is one of many great spots at the southern end of Lopez Island. From the Village head east on Hummel Lake Road, take a right onto Center Road. This will turn into Mud Bay Road keep south until you take a right on Aleck Bay Road. Then straight ahead onto Watmough Bay Road continue going straight onto a small dirt road and then take a right down towards the water. The beach is down a steep wooden staircase.

When is Blackie Brady County Park open?

The Park is open all year long for daytime use. It is a great place to relax after a long bike ride on a hot day.

Who can I call if I have more questions?

The friendly County Park staff can help you with any questions you might have. (360) 378-8420.

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