Named for the sand split shaped by wind and tide, Spencer Spit State Park is a 138-acre marine park and campsite on Lopez Island. Crabs and clams are plentiful by the shore and the old Spencer cellar is within eyeshot near the spit.

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Away Travel Expert: Meagan Francis
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Nestled in Lopez Island, the third largest of the U.S. San Juan Islands and the first ferry stop on the Washington islands run, Spencer Spit Park is so named for the quarter-mile long spit (sand formation), containing a saltwater lagoon marsh, off

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521 A. Bakerview Road
Lopez Island, Washington 98261
Parking: 8 a.m to dusk

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