Camano Island is located about 90 minutes north of Seattle between Whidbey Island and the mainland, and is accessible via the Camano Gateway Bridge (about 6 miles west of Interstate 5). Windswept beaches, grand forests and views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains await island visitors.

Camano Island Activities

For those who love to bond with nature, Camano Island offers the outdoor experience they are looking for. Stay at one of two state parks, try your hand fishing any time of year, or stroll the beaches on this island of unspoiled natural beauty.

Camano Island and surrounding areas are well known for their birding. Spot Trumpeter Swans, Bald Eagles and Great Blue Herons among the many feathered friends found here.

Other island activities include touring the forest canopy via zip line, sipping vintages from the local winery, and touching a piece of history at the Center for Wooden Boats.

To learn more about Camano Island, visit camanoisland.org.

Camano Island Lodging

Cama Beach State Park offers the island’s most unique lodging experience: Stay in a refurbished cabin or bungalow of a 1930’s fishing resort. B&Bs, vacation rentals and camping are also available on the island.

Getting to Friday Harbor

Camano Island is located about an hour from the Anacortes ferry terminal where you can catch the ferry to Friday Harbor on San Juan Island. Read more about travelling aboard the Washington State Ferries. (link)

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view from Camano Island Inn

Camano Island Inn

1051, SW Camano Drive
Camano Island, WA 98282
United States

The Camano Island Inn, Restaurant and Spa is a rare treasure for the discerning traveler and is more than just an Inn…the beautiful waterfront property gives not only lovely rooms with amenities there is also al fresco farm to table, organic and local ingredients dining, sunsets, nature…a spa and beauty!

Inn at Barnum Point exterior and land

Inn at Barnum Point

464 South Barnum Road
Camano Island, WA 98282
United States

Cape Cod on a bluff overlooking Port Susan Bay and the Cascade Mountains. Private bath, fireplaces. A tranquil place to relax, beachcomb, enjoy the birds, wild animals and sea life. Camano Island is in the rainshadow of outer islands, so has much less rain than Seattle. Satellite TV and Internet are available.