Eating & Sleeping
Within the 17,500+ acres of public and private property that comprise Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, you'll find the charming town of Coupeville, the Island County seat, and 3 Washington State Parks.
While the Reserve does not offer camping facilities, visitors will find camping at Fort Ebey State Park, Fort Casey State Park, as well as Island County's Rhododendron Park.
In addition, there are many charming Bed & Breakfasts and local motels to accomodate the weary traveller.
Did You Know?
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.