Camano Island is a quiet community north of Seattle. The island is situated between the mainland and Whidbey Island. The two are separated by the Saratoga Passage.
Visit Camano to get away from it all. The island is home to those looking for a tranquil, quiet life. You won’t find t-shirt shops, trendy restaurants and touristy shops on Camano. Here are a handful of restaurants and a few local general stores for stocking up on necessities. People visit Camano Island to get away from it all. There are a handful of BnBs and inns on the island. Visit The Camano Island Inn and Spa. Rooms include water views.Relax with a view and be pampered at their onsite spa.
Camano Island has two state parks. Camano Island State Park includes 6700 feet of rocky shoreline. Hike through forest on the well groomed trails. Birding is popalar here. Enjoy crabbing, fishing, boating or even sailboarding on the Saratoga Passage. Take the 1-mile hike from Camano Island Park to neighboring Cama State Park.
Cama State Park was originally a fishing village comprised of rustic beach front cabins The cabins have been saved and now offer families the opportunities to experience a beach vacation from days gone by.
Getting to Camano Island and the Weather
Travel on I-5 north from Seattle to State Route 532. Camano Island is accessed by the Camano Gateway Bridge. The weather here is temperate. Summer is sunny with highs in the low 70’s. Winter highs are in the low 50’s.