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Located on the main entrance road to Eastsound Village, the Land Bank’s first acquisition in 1993 added .45 acres and 100 feet of shoreline to the existing county park. The popular Waterfront Park preserves views of the water from the village and allows public access to the shoreline and nearby publicly-owned Indian Island. In 2003, the Land Bank acquired an adjacent one-acre parcel and 356 feet of waterfront. An additional .45 acre property abutting the eastern boundary of the park was acquired later to further expand the size of the park and increase water frontage by another 100 feet. 

This simple park offers a place to rest, picnic, and walk the beach, a stone’s throw from the bustle of town. Eastsound Waterfront Park also helps protect beach and tideland habitats. Visitors are asked to leave marine life and drift logs undisturbed. Ownership and management of the 2.5 acre park is shared by the Land Bank and San Juan County Parks. A grant from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources and private contributions helped purchase a portion of the park. Public restrooms and garbage cans are located a short walk away in Eastsound Village.

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