Martha Jordan Birding Trail, Leadbetter Point State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This is one of those hidden trails not many hikers know about because it hasn’t been written up anywhere and it doesn’t appear on maps—not even the Leadbetter State Park map. It isn’t the most spectacular hiking experience—there are no sweeping vistas, and most of the way is on a road—but the rewards are manifest.
First is the opportunity of see one of Washington’s sensitive- listed plants, Hydrocotyl ranunculoides, along with a huge freshwater pond. Second, the newest section of trail meanders through a mature sand dune forest of Sitka spruce and Beach pine, affording an opportunity to experience this amazing ecosystem up close and personal."