Goose Rock Interpretive Signs

Goose Rock is the highest point on Whidbey Island and one of the most popular hikes in the park.  At the summit, visitors are treated to spectacular views of the surrounding area and a chance to see a rare ecosystem: rocky balds.  Over thousands of years, a thin layer of soil has built up and created a meadow.  This is one of the best places in the park to find wild flowers.

The Foundation funded the production of interpretive signs to help visitors understand and protect this unique and fragile ecosystem.



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