South Whidbey State Park in Island County, Washington is one of the Washington State Parks. It consists of 347 acres (140 ha) of old-growth forest and tidelands with 4,500 feet (1,400 m) of shoreline on Admiralty Inlet. The park contains many mature specimens of Western red cedar, Douglas fir, and Western hemlock, some of the largest on Whidbey island, including one "Giant Cedar" over 500 years old.
looking up the trunk of a 500 year old Western Red Cedar in South Whidbey State Park
Available activities include hiking, camping, crabbing, clamming, recreational fishing, swimming, beachcombing, birdwatching, and wildlife viewing.
Coordinates: 48°03′24″N 122°35′39″W / 48.05676°N 122.594046°W