About this spot
Deception Pass State Park encompasses over 4,000 acres and has more than 75,000 feet of saltwater shoreline and almost 34,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on three lakes. The park is centered around the picturesque, quarter-mile long Deception Pass Bridge that stands about 180 feet above the rip-tide filled waters. The park is full of scenic beaches, rocky coves, lakes, and forests. Rosario Beach is in the northwest corner of the park. The beach is a west-facing crescent with only the southern end in the state park. There is also a small south-facing beach on Sharpe Cove. Rosario Head is a small, rocky headland that separates the two beaches. The Deception Pass Bridge is not visible from this portion of the park.
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