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Edmonds Marsh and Interpretive Walkway

The Interpretive Walkway is located south of Harbor Square at Dayton Street, on the west of State Route 104 across from the back end of Edmonds City Park. (look for the signs)
425 771-0227

Harbor Square
160 W Dayton St, Edmonds, WA 98020

Edmonds City Park
600 3rd S Ave, Edmonds, WA 98020

Free

The 22.5 acre, Edmonds Marsh, is one of the few urban saltwater estuaries remaining in the Puget Sound area and is the first stop on Audubon Washington's Great Washington State Birding Trail - Cascade Loop; this marsh hosts an astonishing 225 species of birds during the course of the year.

The Edmonds Marsh Interpretive Walkway includes over 300 feet of boardwalk, 1700 feet of asphalt walkway, and four interpretive stations chronicling the history, habitat and wildlife of this unique salt and fresh water marsh estuary.

This place could develop into a habit... or is that, a hobby?