Outdoor Adventures

Whidbey and Camano Islands have many great outdoor activities, including hiking, kayaking, bicycling, historic sightseeing, birdwatching, and more. Here's our list of the best activities.

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    Coupeville Wharf

    The Coupeville Wharf is both a "must-see" for visitors and an active marina for boaters.  It's just steps from downtown and has its own shops and restaurant.

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    Dave Mackie Park

    The boat ramp is currently closed due to buildup of sand. The 5 acre park is open. Amenities include Playground, Restroom Facility Including Shower and Dog Wash, Beach Access, Ball field & Grandstand, 3 Picnic Shelters & BBQ’s for individual events, Group Picnic Shelter Area with Brick Stove BBQ.

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    Deception Pass Marina

    Located in Cornet Bay, this marina offers a perfect blend of scenery and service.

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    Deception Pass State Park

    Deception Pass State Park is outstanding for breathtaking views of a sea-filled canyon, iconic bridge, old-growth forests and wildlife.

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    Double Bluff Beach

    Already known as one of the best beaches in Washington State, Double Bluff beach is also among the nation's best dog-friendly beaches. Right next to the parking lot there is a grassy area with picnic benches and a barbecue. There's also a "doggie shower" as well. The dogs must be on leash there, but further out, the leashes for well-behaved ... Read More

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    Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve

    Ebey's Landing National Historical reserve is a conservation partnership to preserve the historic and scenic integrity of Central Whidbey Island.

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    English Boom

    English Boom is a park along the north shore of Camano Island. It features trails, including an ADA compliant trail, scenic views, and great bird-watching opportunities.

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    Fort Casey State Park

    Fort Casey State Park is a 467-acre marine camping park with a lighthouse and sweeping views of Admiralty Inlet and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

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    Fort Ebey State Park

    Fort Ebey State Park, a 645-acre camping park on Whidbey Island, was originally built as a coastal defense fort in World War II.

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    Freeland Park – Holmes Harbor

    With a great view of Holmes Harbor, this park is a local favorite. Besides a boat ramp and dock, amenities include a picnic area with BBQ grills, covered picnic shelters, pavilion with picnic table and BBQ Grill, restrooms, playgrounds, and walking trails. This is owned in partnership with Island County.

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