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Bush Point

Bush Point has public beach access at its boat ramp facility on the southwest side of Whidbey Island.  Walk the shores and look for whales across the narrowest point of the North Puget Sound towards Marrowstone Island. 

Where the Whales Are

Resident orcas are most often seen here in the winter months.

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The Whale Trail

Address / Contact

E Spyglass Dr.

Freeland, WA 98249

(360) 331-2151

Hours

Sunrise to Sunset

Park Information

Amenities

  • restrooms
  • accessible

Marine Mammals Commonly Seen Here

Marine Mammals Occasionally Seen Here

Marine Mammals Rarely Seen Here

Travel Tips

From Highway 525 just west of Freeland on Whidbey Island, go west on Bush Point Road for 2.75 miles, where the road will split. Take Scurlock Road, the left fork, and then turn left on E Spyglass Dr which will end at the boat ramp facility.

The Whale Trail is a nonprofit organization in partnership with
Partners NOAA Seattle Aquarium People for Puget Sound Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife The Whale Museum National Marine Sanctuaries