The banks of Sucia Island are etched with fossils and Washington State Parks lists Sucia Island as the “crown jewel in the State Marine Park System…” Cruise the rocky shorelines of nearly 10 islands. Visit the sandy bluffs etched with fossils where an 80-million-year-old Dinosaur fossil was spotted and excavated by paleontologists at Seattle’s Burke Museum in 2012. Land on one of the Park beaches and explore the same spots as the Spanish Explorers did in 1791. Pack your wonder and sense of whimsy for some fossil fun!
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