We just returned from a camping get-away to Fort Ebey State Park. The weather was warm and sunny until we hit a wall of fog as we entered the park around noon. The campground is very nice with good sized campsites and a clean small washroom with running cold water and pay showers. There is no beach access from the campground area which sits high above a cliff. Our campsite backed onto the cliff area with a buffer of trees behind it. Once the fog lifted about half an hour later, the view was spectacular. A panoramic vista of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. There was a bench to sit on so in the evenings we just sat and watched the different boats go by and the occasional cruise ship and the amazing sunsets. The fog rolled in around 9:30 PM and then it was cold enough to see your breath in the air. For beach access you can drive about 5 min. to the Ft. Ebey Park beach which is a nice beach with walking trails all around and one that goes to Podilla Lake but be aware that there are no restroom facilities. Also at Ft. Ebey there are old military bunker style concrete structures left over from the Second World War that you can explore. They are dark inside and the kids have fun running around making scary noises that echo inside. We highly recommend this location.
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