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Camano Island State Park

Information: call (360)387-3031 
Camano Island has 52 miles of scenic shoreline. The most popular destination on the island is 134-acre Camano Island State Park. The park offers year-round saltwater fishing for salmon and bottom fish; excellent seasonal clamming; and secluded, wooded campsites;  a five-mile, self-guided nature trail of loop trails for hiking;  beach combing;  an underwater park for scuba diving;  a kitchen; and a picnic shelter. Camano Island is a rural land scape blessed  with a thriving artistic community, Douglas fir,  and all that the unspoiled Northwest offers. No need for a ferry-just drive on and spend a day or a weekend exploring its natural beauty. Spend an evening touring innovative galleries representing the finest in Northwest art, past and present.



 

Other Parks

Cama Beach State Park

Deception Pass State Park

Keystone State Park

Joseph Whidbey State Park

Fort Ebey State Park

Camano Island State Park

Island Fair Grounds Camping

S. Whidbey State Park

North Whidbey RV Park
565 W. Cornet Bay Road, North Whidbey 
(360) 675-9597

Mutiny Bay Resort RV Park
5856 Mutiny Bay Road, Freeland 
(360) 331-4500


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