Whidbey and Camano Islands is paradise for outdoor experiences!
On Whidbey and Camano Islands, you have room to pursue your outdoor adventure passions and
let yourself forget the workaday world.
Image: Harbor SUP, Oak Harbor
Canopy Tree Climbing Deception Pass Bridge as seen from 200 feet up a nearby tree. A Birds Eye ViewReach New Heights! Here’s your chance to see Deception Pass as only the birds have seen it—from the top of a giant fir tree. Experienced guides will show you how to climb your way to the top...
The country roads are a great way for road bikers to see the sights and the trails are a great adventure for off-road cyclists.
There are several hundred trails on Whidbey and Camano Islands, ranging from ADA compliant to difficult.
Horseback Riding Horseback riding on an island. Sounds romantic, doesn't it? Visitors, even if they don't own one, can experience the islands on the back of a horse. Riding together is a great shared adventure for the family, or a wonderful way for a couple to add to their island experience. For beginners, there are lessons...
To get as close to the water without diving in, try kayaking. Your nature adventure can start just a short distance from shore.
Whidbey & Camano Islands are great places to watch wildlife in Puget Sound. This Marine Wildlife infographic is a great starting point for understanding what is seen in our region
What is it like flying through the air through a Northwest forest? Find out by ziplining at Canopy Tours Northwest.
Canopy Tours Northwest Zip Line Through the Forest!Play the video - see what it's like! Canopy Tours Northwest is a fun-filled zip line tour through the trees of Camano Island. Imagine hurtling through the trees of the Pacific Northwest, flying like a bird and getting a few of the forest once reserved only for birds!...