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Otis Perkins Day Park

Lopez Island, San Juan Islands

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Otis Perkins Day Park

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  • Otis Park Parking Area.- Otis Perkins Day Park
  • Private beach area at the start of the parking lot.- Otis Perkins Day Park
  • There is a good chance to view bald eagles in the region. - Otis Perkins Day Park
  • Marshy area on the other side of the shore. - Otis Perkins Day Park
  • Houses in solitude at the end of Otis Park.- Otis Perkins Day Park
  • Houses in solitude at the end of Otis Park.- Otis Perkins Day Park
  • Fisherman Bay.- Otis Perkins Day Park
  • Quiet landscape.- Otis Perkins Day Park
  • Otis Park is a good place to ride bike or take a stroll along the park shore.- Otis Perkins Day Park
  • Otis Park is a good place to ride bike along the shore.- Otis Perkins Day Park
  • Another eagle sighting at Otis Park.- Otis Perkins Day Park
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Quiet. Beautiful. Great biking.
Cons: 
Short bike ride. Private beach.
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Region:
Northern Puget Sound, WA
Congestion: 
Low
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
Day-Use/Parking Pass Required:
Not Required
Picnic Tables: 
Yes
Dogs allowed: 
Yes
Current Local Weather:
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Mostly cloudy until afternoon.
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Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
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Light rain until afternoon and breezy starting in the afternoon.
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Drizzle until evening.
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Light rain until afternoon.
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Light rain overnight.
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Light rain until afternoon.
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Adventure Description

Adventure Description

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With more than a mile of paved road running parallel to the waterfront of a secluded beach, Otis Perkins Park is a great place to catch some amazing views of the San Juan Islands. You're also likely to catch some glimpses of bald eagles as you bike or stroll along the waterfront.

The park is close to Lopez Island Village, and the best way to get there is by riding a bike. You can rent them at local shops in the village or bring your own. 

Starting from the parking lot, the paved road runs in the middle of beach waterfront on one side and the marshy wetlands of the Fisherman Bay on the other. If you wish to lock your bike and take a stroll, there is a bike stand in the parking lot.

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