Welcome to Ebey's Landing
You're invited to explore the history, culture, and natural resources that make this place a unique and fascinating part of the National Park System.
The Administrative Office of the Trust Board - the Cottage at Sunnyside
The Reserve is a unique conservation partnership, and nearly 85% of the land here is privately owned. Most of the historic homes are residences, and the fields are part of active working farms. You can help support this community by respecting private property.
Whidbey Island is located in a rainshadow between two mountain ranges: The Cascades and the Olympics, which makes the island a micro-climate. Always be prepared for any type of weather when visiting the Reserve. It might rain on the mainland and be sunny and calm on the island. Wind can also play a huge factor. Rule of thumb: bring a jacket, bring a hat and be sure you have plenty of water!
There are no fees to enter Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve. However, there are three state parks within the Reserve, which do require a Discover Pass - $10 a day or $30 for an annual pass.
The Cottage At Sunnyside
Jacob and Sarah Ebey House
For more information on Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, please contact the office of the Trust Board of Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve:
Marie Shimada, Reserve Manager: email@example.com
Jordan Belcher, Education/Outreach: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol Castellano, Office Manager: email@example.com
Claudia Kiyama, Preservation Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Traveling with Pets?
Pets are welcome many places throughout the Reserve. Learn more here.
Traveling with Kids?
The Reserve is full of kid friendly activities throughout the year.
Last updated: March 1, 2022