Cama Beach State Park
1880 S.W. Camano Dr
Camano Island, WA 98282
Cabin & Group Accommodations
Cama Beach State Park is located on the west side of Camano Island looking out over Saratoga Passage towards Whidbey Island. It is about a 90 minute drive from the Seattle area. The park property served as a family run fishing village from the 1930s to 1990s when the land was acquired by Washington State Park System. Camano Beach State Park has 433 acres of waterfront access, and depending on the tide levels the beach can extend for 50 yards or more during low tide.
The park is open year round for day use and also offers visitors the option of staying overnight is one of two bungalow or a rustic cabins along the shoreline. The Center for Wooden boats also has an education building and boat house at the north end of the beach.
Saturday, May 10The Center for Wooden Boats (CWB) offers a free sail on Saratoga Passage on Saturday of Mother's Day weekend. This is the 15th anniversary of this event.
|1930s Gas Station at Cama Beach by Larry Myhre|
|Center for Wooden Boats Boathouse at low tide by Eldan Goldenberg|
|Cama Beach Cabins by Larry Myhre|
|Cabins by Eldan Goldenberg|