See the spectacular beauty of Washington’s most popular state park. Image: Michael Stadler
Nature reclaims a one-time center of the logging industry.
Inspirational sunset at Ebey’s Landing. Image: WhidbeyPanormas.com
Double Bluff Beach
Mt. Rainier visible from Double Bluff Beach on a clear day.
Whidbey and Camano Islands Tourism Information
Whidbey and Camano Islands are an authentic Pacific Northwest vacation escape. Our rural islands are a great antidote for big city pressures. While we may seem far away, we’re only a short drive from Seattle or Vancouver B.C. Come to our islands for wide-open beaches, scenic vistas, outdoor adventures, great art, food, and more. Stay overnight in our hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts and even homes and greet a new day rested and restored.
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Birds of Earth Sanctuary
Fall is here and birds are on the move. Whidbey and Camano Islands are on the path of the Pacific Flyway, a resource-rich path for migrating birds. One of the places where those resources are in great abundance is the Earth Sanctuary near Freeland on Whidbey Island. This video by bird photographer and author Craig Johnson takes us to Earth Sanctuary and gives us an expert and up-close view of the birds there.
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