Dugualla State Park

The land that is now Dugualla State Park was originally owned by the Department of Natural Resources as part of the School Lands Trust.  In 1992 Washington State Parks acquired the 586 acre property to prevent it from being logged. Dugualla State Park is managed as a satellite of Deception Pass State Park in collaboration with Island County.

Dugualla State Park features several miles of trails (see map below), and over a mile of shoreline.



Getting there:  From Deception Pass State Park, simply head south on State Route 20 for approximately 7 miles and take a left on Sleeper Road.  Follow Sleeper Road until it ends.

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This web site is maintained for the Deception Pass Park Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. It is NOT supported by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, the agency that manages and operates Deception Pass State Park, nor does this website represent the official views of the Commission. The information on this web site is maintained for the Foundation as reasonably current and dependable information for your benefit and use. The Foundation seeks to support Deception Pass State Park and provide valuable services to its visitors. All of the money raised by the Foundation goes to the direct benefit of the educational and resource protection programs of Deception Pass State Park.
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