Underwater park for scuba divers

Two and a half miles of underwater trails amaze the visitors of the Edmonds Underwater Park. The beauty of the marine life is preserved and fishing is not permitted.

The park was a popular but treacherous diving spot in 1977. After improving the safety, Edmonds Underwater Park is a destination visited by many people from all over the world.

The fish are able to grow to monstrous sizes. In particular the lingcod are impressive with many topping 5 feet. The cabazon are also truly huge for their species. As you swim out, you will pass over extensive eelgrass beds in the summer, a good place to find hooded nudibranchs.

Edmonds Park is located in Washington, USA. Navigation is relatively easy with the well-placed system of buoys and ropes that lead to many of the underwater sights.

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