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Port Susan Bay Preserve

Puget Sound and Islands

Location

Puget Sound and Islands -- Bellingham Area
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Length

2.0 miles, roundtrip

Elevation

Rating

4.00 out of 5

 
 
 
 

The Port Susan Bay Preserve, owned by The Nature Conservancy, is a 4,122-acre preserve which encompasses much of the Stillaguamish River estuary. A short mile-long dike trail takes you through tidelands and farmlands to the Stillaguamish River, provide the opportunity to view many varieties of birds and other wildlife.

The public is allowed to visit this preserve, but prior arrangements must be made. For more information, visit nature.org/washington or contact the Mount Vernon office of The Nature Conservancy at (360)419-3125.

 

Port Susan Bay Preserve

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 48.2083, -122.3654 Open map in new window

Trailhead

Puget Sound and Islands -- Bellingham Area

The Nature Conservancy

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Getting There

From I-5 N At exit 212, take ramp right for WA-532 West toward Stanwood / Camano Is. Turn left onto WA-532/Stanwood-Bryant Rd. Turn left onto 88th Ave NW. Road name changes to 267th St NW. Turn right onto Marine Drive. Turn right onto Boe Road and drive to the end and a small parking lot on the left.

 

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Port Susan Bay Preserve

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