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Things to do in Marrowstone Island
Our Marrowstone Island vacation rentals are near nature and near perfect! This long, narrow island is rooted in the Puget Sound, and close to the Olympic National Forest and Whidbey Island. The community combines pastoral beauty with old-world coastal charm, creating a haven for wine drinkers, artists, and outdoor sportsmen alike. The northernmost tip of the island is nestled in Port Townsend Bay, just 16 miles to Port Townsend and quaint coastal cities like Port Ludlow and Port Hadlock-Chimacum. History comes alive at Fort Flagler State Park, a military base from the early 1900s, boasting a lighthouse and a 784-acre marine habitat. At the heart of the island is Nordland (https://www.vacasa.com/usa/Washington/Nordland/), a sleepy community with breathtaking vistas, vineyards, goat farms, and rolling strawberry fields. The south end of the island is connected to Indian Island (a naval reserve) by a land bridge, and the surrounding Quimper Peninsula. Marrowstone Island vacation rentals are ideal for foodies: you'll appreciate having a kitchen for preparing the island's freshly-harvested seafood. Oysters are plucked fresh from the sea and sold on the beach, or you can dig for clams at Mystery Bay State Park. Pick up the remaining essentials at the Nordland General Store. Hiking boots, bicycles, binoculars, and paddles are common accessories for island visitors! Kayak or stand-up paddleboard at East Beach County Park, bicycle the coastline with little to no traffic, or trek across the 150-mile Cascadia Marine Trail. Scout for osprey and eagles along Kilisut Harbor, or breath deep into a hearty glass of wine. Marrowstone Island vacation rentals combine insular bay beauty with rich culture and history to create an Olympic Peninsula destination unlike any other. Plan your getaway today and get lost in the island scenery!
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