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Legend has it that Blake Island is the birthplace of Chief Seattle. This island treasure is just 8 miles from the Seattle waterfront and offers visitors a chance to hike, beachcomb, or camp between the old growth forest and the sandy saltwater shores.
The island's campsites offer a wonderful safe environment to introduce the world of camping and hiking to children. The island is home to deer, mink, otter, bald eagles, kingfishers, and great blue herons. Suggested tour time is 4 hours.
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Comments about Smart Destinations Blake Island Adventure Cruise:
The go-discount applies only to the ferry ride to Blake Island. If you plan on exploring the island with activities such as hiking, cycling & animal spotting; then the discount should suffice. However, like most visitors to the island, you probably like to learn about the natives who inhabited the island and Pacific Northwest. For an additional $40 you can participate in the traditional Native American lunch/dinner and a cultural show. The salmon dinner was good and the cultural show was very entertaining. I recommend visitors add this activity to their itinerary if they don't plan on doing outdoorsy activities because there is not much to do on the island other than plenty of hiking trails and great views.