Parks and Scenery
Whidbey and Camano Islands are filled with beautiful places to visit. You can hike through forests, walk wide-open and uncrowded beaches with spectacular views of Puget Sound.
Accessible Outdoor Adventures on Whidbey and Camano IslandsA list of our favorite trails on Whidbey and Camano Islands for those with mobility issues that are either ADA compliant, paved, or reasonably flat.
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Camano Island’s Cama Beach State Park is the re-birth of a family fishing resort that opened in the 1930’s. Now a state park, it features rustic cabins right on the waters of Puget Sound.
Camano Island State Park is a 134-acre camping park with 6,700 feet of rocky shoreline and beach. The park provides sweeping views of the surrounding mountains and offers opportunities for shellfish harvesting.
This park, located on the eastern side of Camano Island, has a beautiful view of the Cascades, picnic facilities, and a boat ramp. There is a fee to use the ramp, $5 a day for residents, $15 for non-residents.
Iverson Spit Preserve is a well-developed walking trail just shy of one mile long. Listed by the Audubon of Washington as one of 68 hot spots for bird watching. Features an observation platform, and beach access. Download PDF of the trail…
This one acre park has beach access, great water views, limited parking for cars and trailers and a boat launch. Boat Launch fees are: Daily fee Residents $5.00 Non Residents $15.00
This is a small park, only 1/2 acre in size, but with picnicking and classically beautiful views across the water to the Cascade Mountain Range.