Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Breazeale Interpretive Center
Breazeale Interpretive Center is part of the Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve which was founded to protect and study a portion of Padilla Bay where the largest undisturbed saltwater tideland marsh in Puget Sound is located.
The center’s exhibits are geared towards middle school children but interesting enough for adults. Several aquariums house fish, starfish and other sea creatures that live in the bay. Two short trail are located at the center. One is a loop through the meadows and woods, the other leads to a spiral staircase that goes down to the shoreline.
The center is accessible. The meadow trail is paved for a short distance but roots and rocks make the wooded section inaccessible. The paved trail to the shore is accessible to the spiral staircase and viewpoint. Center