Camano Island Historic Sites Tour
April 6 – 8, 2018

When settlers first came here and travel was either on boat or on foot, the islands of Puget Sound were among the first places settled. Many of the remnants of those early years live on and, courtesy of the Camano Island Historic Sites Group, Camano Island is showing them off!

The tour is a self-guided driving tour with all sites open Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

NEW THIS YEAR – SOLD OUT – Free charter tours will leave Saturday and Sunday from the Camano Center at 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

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  • Floyd Norgaard Center
  • Camano Lutheran Church
  • Kristoferson Farm
  • Barnum Point
  • South Camano Grange
  • Mabana Schoolhouse
  • Camano Island State Park
  • Cama Beach Historical State Park
  • Esary Logging Camp at Cama Beach
  • Camano Island Inn
  • Camano City Schoolhouse
  • Utsalady Historic Vista Point
  • Utsalady Ladies Aid
  • Camano Pioneer Cemetery
  • English Boom

Camano City Schoolhouse – built 1906 – Listed on the WA Heritage Register 2014.

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The Camano Island Historic Sites and Map is your guide to Camano Island's history and how you can find traces of it today.

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