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Edmonds Underwater Park was developed by a group of volunteers over the past two decades. The 27-acre underwater park is the most popular dive site in Washington. The reasons are many reefs and wrecks teeming with sea life, easy access, parking, shower/washroom facilities and dive shop nearby. A rope system guides divers to dozens of "enhancements" or structures with names like "Dopey" and "Sleepy." Look for the enormous swim-through "Tube Henge." The park is famous for its gator-sized lingcod, cabezon and forests of white and orange plumose anemones. Also, dive the "oil dock" one-half mile to the south. Dive level from beginner to expert.