Trails DIRECTORY

Whidbey and Camano Islands have trails to suit every skill level and interest.  We have forest trails, beach walks, and more.  Browse our trails and trail collections to learn more.
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3 Deception Pass Hikes That Are Pure Magic

Deception Pass State Park has many amazing trails. We explore three of the best trails, including two that are under the radar.
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Accessible Outdoor Adventures on Whidbey and Camano Islands

A 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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Ala Spit County Park Trail

This 12 acre county park features a 1 mile long easy trail with dramatic views of the small islands in the northern part of Skagit Bay. 
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Barnum Point County Park

Barnum Point is Camano Island’s newest park. It features a pristine beach, trails through the woods and wetlands and a beautiful bluff view.
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Beach View Farm Trail

This 1.5-mile-long trail takes you from farmland, past wetland, and finally to the beach. There’s parking at either end of the trail!
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Camano Ridge

Camano Ridge offers a number of dog-friendly forest (on leashes) trails in its 400 acres of forest.
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Cranberry Lake Trail – Camano Island

The walk to Cranberry Lake is an easy flat stroll through the woods to a small lake. The 1.1 mile round-trip is dog and kid friendly.
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Del Fairfax Preserve

This 50-acre preserve is a wildlife habitat with forest, wetland, and pasture. There is a 1.2 mile trail with a forest and a meadow loop.
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Dorothy Cleveland Trail

The Dorothy Cleveland trail is a serious hike, rising 392 feet in less than three-quarters of a mile.
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Dugualla State Park Property

This state park property (although not an officially-listed state park) offers a complex of hiking trails including a 3-mile (round trip) hike to the beach.