Perego’s Lagoon is a geological and ocean anomaly along the western shores of Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve on Whidbey Island. It is reached by the 3+ mile long Ebey’s Landing bluff loop trail, which goes along the beach, around Perego’s Lagoon, and up & back along the tall bluffs above (or the other way around).
Perego’s Lagoon is formed by a barrier beach with a very shallow lagoon trapped between Puget Sound and the bluffs. Storm-driven driftwood is scattered about. You can walk either along the beach or otherwise on a landward side trail between the main line of driftwood and the lagoon. It adds even more variety to one of the area’s most beautiful hikes.