• Ferry House from across the Prairie

    Ebey's Landing

    National Historical Reserve Washington

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Explore Ebey's Reserve
Farms of Ebey's Reserve - explore the 17 working farms of Ebey's reserve (click photo)
Ebey's Reserve General brochure with map, visitor information and history (click photo).
A Driving and Bicycling Tour

A Driving and Bicycling Tour - This map and guide will help you explore Ebey's Landing by car or bicycle.

Naturalist's Guide

Naturalist's Guide - A spring and summer guide to Ebey's Landing.

Black-capped chicadee
Naturalist's Guide - A fall and winter guide to Ebey's Landing.
Traces of the Chinese in the Reserve

Traces of the Chinese in the Reserve - Learn about Chinese History at Ebey's Landing.


Central Whidbey's Archaeological Heritage - Learn about Ebey’s Landing’s rich archaeological heritage and what you can do to preserve it.


Hedgerows - Dirty fences or farmers' best friends?

Self-Guided Walking Tour of Historic Coupeville - Discover one of Washington's oldest towns.

These brochures, as well as others, may be picked up at various locations in Coupeville, including the Island County Museum, Central Whidbey Chamber of Commerce, and the administrative office of the Trust Board of Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve.

If you would like brochures mailed to you, please contact the Trust Board office at 360-678-6084, or e-mail us.

Did You Know?

Farm-forest mixed landscape

The prairies, with their rich soil, were the first areas of the Reserve to be farmed, first by Native Americans, and later, by European-american settlers who moved onto the lands. The pioneers cleared the higher ground and tried to farm it, but found the soils poor and allowed the forests to return.