Summary: Also known as Bruce Higgins Underwater Trails, protected marine preserve for 50 years, this dive park hosts some of the largest Salish Sea fish divers can find. Shallow sandy beach entry to a 100m surface swim. Because of the long surface swim to the descent point, and the relatively shallow depth (30-45′), many divers will plan on one longer dive instead of two at this site.
Address: 50 Railroad Ave, Edmonds, WA 98020
Plan accordingly: depth shallow, currents can be present. Check tide charts.
Things to see: Large Cabezon and Lingcod, multiple species of nudibranchs, crab, sunstars, anemones, and rock fish.
Facilities: including two rinse showers (closed in winter), limited parking is available, maximum 4 hours