PADILLA BAY RESERVE
BREAZEALE
INTERPRETIVE CENTER

10441 Bayview Edison ROAd, MOUNt Vernon, WA

This free interpretive center captures the essence of wildlife in this coastal area where the Salish Sea meets Skagit Valley through both aquarium and educational displays. The exhibits study local ecology and how the intertidal mudflats play an important role in our environment and economy. When you’re done in the center be sure to explore the Upland Interpretive trail through the surrounding forest and fields, or head to the nearby beaches and shore trails.

Amenities

  • ADA/Wheelchair Accessible

  • Beach Exploration

  • Bird Watching / Wildlife Viewing

  • Dogs/Pets - On Leash

  • Hiking/Running Trail(s)

  • Nature Area

  • Open Space

  • Walking Path(s)

 
 

For more information about Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, please visit the Washington State Deptartment of Ecology’s website or call their office at (360) 428-1558.