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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    Barnum Point County Park

    Barnum Point is Camano Island's newest park. It features a pristine beach, trails through the woods and wetlands and a beautiful bluff view.

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    Camano Ridge

    Camano Ridge offers a number of dog-friendly forest (on leashes) trails in its 400 acres of forest.

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    Canopy Tours Northwest

    COVID-19 UPDATE:  The zip lines are closed.  They plan to re-open April, 2021. Go zip lining through the forest on Camano Island! Located just an hour north of Seattle, Canopy Tours Northwest features: A ride in a historic Unimog forest vehicle 6 zip lines (the longest is 660 feet) A log bridge 2 short trail walks A 47-foot final descent ... Read More

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    Cranberry Lake Trail – Camano Island

    The walk to Cranberry Lake is an easy flat stroll through the woods to a small lake. The 1.1 mile round-trip is dog and kid friendly.

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    Elger Bay Preserve Trail

    Elger Bay Preserve is an easy day hike that’s great with or without the kids. There are multiple trails a marsh with a viewing platform.

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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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    Four Springs Lake Preserve

    Multiple trails greet you at the Four Springs Lake Preserve with walks through grassy fields, forest, and even a "wet" meadow.

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