Washington State Parks are seldom escapes from the crowds, and Deception Pass State Park is no exception to this. They are, however, almost always delightful escapes from the ordinary, and Deception Pass reigns supreme in this department. Anchored on both sides of the body of water that separates Whidbey Island from Fidalgo Island, Deception Pass State Park literally offers something for everybody— even us tent campers. Although believing that you might find yourself alone at any point during the summer season is insane, this area is so appealing that in deference to the tent-camping mandate of this book, I must include it.
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The Best in Tent Camping: Washington Guide Book