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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Admiralty Head Lighthouse was built in 1903, replacing an earlier lighthouse. It is a popular place for visitors as part of Fort Casey State Park.
Coupeville Town Park is a classic 3.8 acre park with a wonderful view of Penn Cove. The park features a bandshell, playground, and mature evergreen trees.
Ebey's Landing National Historical reserve is a conservation partnership to preserve the historic and scenic integrity of Central Whidbey Island.
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.
Fort Ebey State Park, a 645-acre camping park on Whidbey Island, was originally built as a coastal defense fort in World War II.
Sculptures from established artists from all over the country greet you along two forest trails in this 16-acre park.
Rhododendron Park is a 32 acre county-owned park with 3 groomed ball fields, a covered picnic area and bathrooms. There’s also an extensive trail system for hikers. The park also features 15 campsites ($15 a day). 3 can fit RVs, but there’s only water; no electricity or dump. Closed each off-season from November 1st through April 1st.