Located in on Washington’s scenic Camano Island, Cama Beach Historical State Park combines nature, an amazing beachfront setting and cozy, vintage cabins. Relax and enjoy the views of Saratoga Passage from the beach or from your cabin. Keep an eye out for whales and other marine mammals which often pass through this waterway.
When it comes to cabins, choose from either a Beachfront or a Second-Row Standard Cabin. The Beachfront cabins have beds and bunks for up to four people and the Second-Row cabins can accommodate up to six people. Both types come with electricity and kitchen amenities such as kitchen appliances for use. The restrooms are separate and there is a bathhouse available with showers. Guests need to bring their own blankets, sheets and other linens.
Another option is a Deluxe Cabin, which accommodate up to four people. These cabins come with a bathroom that includes a shower, toilet and sink. Besides the included bathroom, the Deluxe Cabins offer an incredible view of the water.
The third cabin option are the Beachside Bungalows. There are two bungalows to choose from, one is ADA-accessible and the other is not. A big difference between the two is the ADA-accessible bungalow has one bedroom, while the other has two. The Bungalows also have a full bathroom provided inside. You are able to house up to eight people, so this makes a great choice if you have a larger group.
Cama Beach State Historical Park has miles of hiking trails through the park’s forests, or you can simply beachcomb in front of your cabin. The park connects to Camano Island State Park by trail. On the bluff above the cabins, the park features a great hall where you can hang out and a café for casual dining.
Cabin reservations may be made up to nine months prior to your destination date.
Camano Island is approximately one hour north of Seattle. For more information, go to parks.state.wa.us/407/Cama-Beach-State-Park. Find other activities and attractions on Camano Island at whidbeycamanoislands.com.