How to Get to Camano Island
Here is how to get to Camano Island. The island is in the heart of Puget Sound and an easy trip from the Seattle-Tacoma area or Vancouver, British Columbia.
What’s special is about Camano Island is that you don’t have to take a ferry, yet the island has this remote feel even though it’s just minutes from the freeway.
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Driving Directions to Camano Island
From Seattle-Tacoma, and points south
Drive north on Interstate 5 and take exit 212 west toward Camano Island. Stay on this road and pass through Stanwood. Continue over the Camano Bridge to enter the island.
From Bellingham, Vancouver, and points northDrive south on I-5 and take exit 212 west toward Camano Island.
Other Ways to
Get to Camano Island
Do you want to sail to Camano Island? How about fly your plane? Can you take mass transit?
Here are some other ways to get to Camano Island.
From Sea-Tac Airport
By car, or even by van service, we are a short ride from Sea-Tac.
From Cruise Ship Terminals
Cruising to Seattle? Here’s why to add Whidbey and Camano Islands to your itinerary.
Boat owners, get in on some island-hopping and make us your port of call with well-equipped service on each island.
By Bus or Shuttle
Did you know you can reach Whidbey and Camano Islands by bus or shuttle? There is also a free weekday bus service on our two islands.
Two airfields on Whidbey Island and one on Camano are here to serve private pilots. Commercial airports are at Sea-Tac and Bellingham.
Taxi and Car Rental
Car rental and taxi service is available on Whidbey Island.
Amtrak and Sounder rail service can drop you at our doorstep, with bus and ferry connections to complete your trip.