Sculpture, Theatre, Bands on Fidalgo Island

Sculpture, Theatre, Music in Anacortes

Stroll the byways and park areas of Anacortes, where the island city’s breathtaking natural assets serve as a backdrop for marvelous sculpture works by regional artists. From renowned Guemes Island artist Phil McCracken’s osprey sculpture at the top of Mt. Erie to Leo Osborne’s soaring raptor on the beach near…

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Storvik Park – Release the Kid Energy

Explore Storvik Park, in Anacortes Washington

Pop the cork on pent up kid energy! Locals might be hesitant to name the location of their favorite fishing hole, but they’ll gladly share Anacortes’s family friendly jewel Storvik Park. Storvik is located only a block off Commercial Avenue on 32nd Street. It boasts nine acres of grass, trees,…

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Take a Walk on the Wild Side

New Trail Tales Signage in Anacortes

Take a walk on the wild side—the wild side of Anacortes, that is.  The shoreline of Fidalgo Bay has stories to tell. Now, some three dozen interpretive signs and docent-led walks open a window into bay life past and present—stories of geological forces that shaped the local terrain, of the…

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Let Your Inner Birder Soar

Chickadee on rocks

Bird Watching on Fidalgo Island Bald eagles, marsh wrens and oyster-catchers; these are just a few of the birds one can spot on Fidalgo Island. Whether you are in Anacortes for the day or staying for the weekend there are plenty of birding opportunities to let loose your inner birder.…

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