Washington Park, Little Cranberry Lake & Big Beaver Pond

Enjoy an easy walk on the beautiful trails in northern section of the Anacortes Community Forest Lands. Walk from one of the many trailheads surrounding the area or walk rom Washing Park through town to the community forest.

getting there

Washington Park

From Northbound I-5 take Exit 230 and follow SR 20 west for 11.7 miles to the junction with SR 20-spur into Anacortes. Turn right on Commerial Ave to 12th St. Turn left on 12th St and continue for approx 3 miles. 12th St becomes Sunset Ave. Stay to the left to avoid the ferry access road. Continue on Sunset Ave for 0.9 mile to the day use parking at the Washington Park entrance.

Little cranberry lake & big beaver pond

Follow the directions above to get to Anacortes. There are are 11 trailheads that surround and serve the trails around Little Cranberry Lake and Big Beaver Pond. See the Green Trails Deception Pass No. 41 S map for more information.

On the Trail

Start at Washington Park and walk along urban areas  to connect with the trail system at Little Cranberry Lake or sart from one of the 11 trailheads that surround the Little Cranberry Lake and Big Beaver Pond area. Hike scenic trails along Little Cranberry Lake and Big Beaver Pond.

  • Difficulty: Easy/Moderate
  • Length: 11.0
  • Elevation Gain: 600 ft
  • 300 ft
Map
  • Green Trails Deception Pass No. 41S
  • see Land Manager
Activities

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  • Washington Park
  • Cranberry Lake
  • Big Beaver Pond
  • Cranberry Lake & Big Beaver Pond
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