Fees & Reservations
Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve is a unique unit of the National Park Service, comprised of a partnership between the National Park Service, Washington State Parks, Island County and the Town of Coupeville. For this reason, there are no fees to enter. In fact, more than 85% of the land within the Reserve is privately owend. Visitors to the Reserve may hike designated trails, stroll through the charming town of Coupeville, or picnic on one of the several public beaches. Lodging options within the reserve range from hotels and B&Bs, to camping at Fort Casey State Parkor Fort Ebey State Park (reservations are necessary) or at the county's Rhododendron Park.
Did You Know?
Fort Casey was built at the turn of the century as part of a "triangle of fire" designed to guard the entrance to Puget Sound. The Coast Artillery Corps troops were never engaged, and most of the site became a state park in 1954.