What can I see and d0 at Otis Perkins County Park?
The long open stretch of beach that faces west towards San Juan Island is starkly beautiful. The beach is the western edge of the spit that protects Fisherman Bay.
- The narrow county road that runs next to the beach is treated like an unofficial walking trail, so watch for pedestrians.
- The wetlands that run along the edge of the Bay are a great place to spot all kinds of birds.
- During the summer the warm open beach is a great place to soak in some sun, away from the crowds.
- There are stunning views south towards the Olympics.
Where is Otis Perkins County Park?
The Park is quite near Lopez Village. From the Village head south on Fisherman Bay Road and then turn right onto Bayshore Road. This will lead you along the southwest shore of the Bay. The Park has limited parking right at the corner when the road turns north along the Beach.
When is Otis Perkins County Park open?
The Park is open for daytime use all year long. There are no services besides the beach and a picnic table so bring everything you need. During the darker winter months the beach can be particularly nice because it is so open and bright.
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.