Moran State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"In 1920, Robert Moran, a shipbuilder and a former mayor of Seattle, donated 2,600 acres on Orcas Island to the state for use as a park. Moran State Park has since grown to 5,252 acres, and now includes 5 lakes, 30 miles of foot trails, and 300 acres of old-growth forest.
Most trails run through the woods, but you will find some paths with views of nearby islands. Among Moran’s greatest attractions are the views from Mount Constitution (2,409 feet) and Little Summit Lookout (2,039 feet). You can drive, bike, or hike to either. A 52-foot tower at the top of Mount Constitution was patterned after watchtowers built in the Caucasus Mountains of Eastern Europe in the twelfth century."