Year Protected: 2006
Overview: This South Whidbey preserve is open to the public. It is a 9.5-acre preserve with a ¼ mile trail, wildlife habitat, a wetland and stream, and a heritage orchard. There are scenic views of Cultus Bay and the preserve is adjacent to a 40 acre forest with significant wildlife habitat and watershed values that will be open to the public in the future.
History: Landowner Al Hammons wanted people to have a place where they could “rest their souls awhile.” After his passing, the Land Trust became the recipient of his land and created a wildlife preserve and view area.
Location: South Whidbey Island