"...Almost a Paradise of Nature."

This stunning landscape at the gateway to Puget Sound, with its rich farmland and promising seaport, lured the earliest American pioneers north of the Columbia River to Ebey’s Landing. Today Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve preserves the historical, agricultural and cultural traditions of both native and Euro-American – while offering spectacular opportunities for recreation.

Features

Old house with new cedar roof.

2016 Ebey's Forever Grant Applications

If you own a historic structure within Ebey's Reserve, you may be eligible for a 2016 Ebey's Forever Grant. Download the 2016 Grant Application here.

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50 Hour FilmSlam

50 Hour FilmSlam

Your Lens. Your Story. Your Reserve. Calling all independent filmmakers - enter the first ever Ebey’s Reserve 50 Hour Film Slam!

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Ariel view of bluff with lighthouse at Ft. Casey.

2016 Trust Board Meeting Schedule

The Trust Board meets twice a month: 2nd Tuesday Workshop, TB Office and the 4th Tuesday, Coupville Library, 4-6 pm. Locations are subject to change.

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Pioneer house and Blockhouse border field planted with cabbage.

Jacob & Sarah Ebey House - A Pioneer Home

The Jacob & Sarah Ebey House, built in 1856 and home to one of the earliest settlers with a Donation Land Claim in Central Whidbey Island.

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Discover Ebey's with the Junior Ranger Program!

Discover Ebey's with the Junior Ranger Program!

Download the Junior Ranger book and discover all there is to know about Ebey's Landing NHR! Complete the work & receive a Jr. Ranger Badge!

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Kayaks paddling through lake.

Ebey's Reserve Visitor Guide

Visiting the Reserve for the first time? Be sure you take a look at the Ebey's Reserve Visitor Guide. What to do, where to go - you'll find it here!

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