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Explore Camano Island

Camano Island is just shy of 40 sq mi, 15.6 mi long and .75-6.6mi wide.

While two state parks, Camano Island State Park and Cama Beach State park are popular places to visit, there are many breathtaking beaches, forests. lakes and trails to explore!

Things To Do In Camano Island

The Cascade Mountain Range and Port Susan are viewed from the East, while the Saratoga Passage, Whidbey Island and Olympic Mountain Range are visible from the West. Being such a small island, driving from the East side of the island to the West only takes up to 10 minutes. Explore Camano Island today!

Below are links to parks and beaches visitors can enjoy on the Island.

Click HERE to view all Parks and Beaches

Beaches In Camano Isalnd

Camano Island State Park

  • Trails
  • Boat Launch
  • Camping
  • Beach

CAMANO ISLAND STATE PARK

CAMA Beach

  • Trails
  • Café
  • Cabins for Rent
  • Beach
  • Wooden Boat Rental and Classes

CAMA BEACH STATE PARK

English Boom

  • Dogs off Leash
  • Beach

Utsalady Point

  • Boat Launch
  • Beach

UTSALADY POINT

Iverson Beach

  • Beach
  • Trails

IVERSON BEACH PRESERVE & TRAILS

Henry Hollow Off Leash Dog Park

  • Dogs off Leash

Maple Grove

  • Boat Launch
  • Beach

MAPLE GROVE

Camano Ridge

  • 400 acres of trail system

Camano Park/Multi-Purpose Center

  • Baseball Field
  • Playground
  • Tennis Courts
  • Multi-Purpose Center

Barnum Point

  • Beach
  • Trails
  • Viewing Platform
  • Lake

BARNUM POINT

Four Springs Preserve

  • Lake
  • Trails

FOUR SPRINGS PRESERVE

Cavalero Beach

  • Boat Launch
  • Beach

CAVALERO BEACH

Elger Bay Preserve

  • Trails

Tillicum Beach

  • Beach

TILLICUM BEACH

Walter G Hutchison Park

  • Trails

Freedom Park

  • Playground
  • Park
  • Memorial
  • Message Board

FREEDOM PARK

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