Beaches and Waterways

Whidbey and Camano Islands are surrounded by the waters of Puget Sound. This means, of course, miles and miles of beaches to explore and passages through which you can motor, sail or kayak.

Whidbey and Camano Islands have dozens of ways to get to the water. ¬†This map shows some of the easiest to reach and most popular. ¬†Click on the “wave” icon” to learn more.

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Beach of the Month

Whidbey and Camano Islands have many wonderful ways to reach the waters edge. We sometimes choose a beach and make it our beach of the month.

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Boat Launches

If you're visiting here and bringing your own boat, here is where you can launch your boat.

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Fishing, Clamming, Crabbing

The waters around Whidbey and Camano Islands are a sport fishers' paradise. Crabbing and digging the beaches for clams are also very popular.

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Kayaking

To get as close to the water without diving in, try kayaking. Your nature adventure can start just a short distance from shore.

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Marinas & Wharfs

If you are thinking about boating to Whidbey and Camano islands, here are a list of possible destinations.

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Sea Tours

Sea Tours, Rentals, and Excursions Rating & Up & Up & Up & Up Any Featured/Unfeatured Show featured only Claimed/Unclaimed Show claimed only Camano Sail & Power Camano Island State Park 425.314.9824425.314.9824 http://www.camanosail.com/ Sail Boat rental, power boat (wheelchair accessible), charters, classes, and clinics can all be f... Deception Pass Tours 5596 State Route 20...

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Whale Watching

Puget Sound is a great place to watch for whales.

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