A concrete bridge and flat arch marking the southern entrance to Moran State Park, a 3,325-acre tract donated by the pioneer shipbuilder, Robert Moran.
The round arch, originally constructed in 1928, was later enlarged to allow bigger vehicles to pass under.
This 4,804-acre park is on the east peninsula of Orcas Island. It was donated to the state by the famous ship builder, Robert Moran, who also served as mayor of Seattle for two terms in 1888 and 1889. The park offers both fresh and saltwater recreational facilities. It was named for the donor