Entrance sign to Fort Ebey State Park.
Fort Ebey State Park is located on the northern border of the Reserve.  This popular state park features historic bunkers from WWII.

Rest easy when visiting Ebey's Reserve. Hotels, B&B's and other priviate home services offer plenty of places to spend the night. Coupeville is a remarkably walkable community. In addition, there are two of the state's most popular campgrounds are located within Ebey's Reserve - Fort Ebey State Park and Fort Casey State Park. Reservations are strongly recommended, especially during the summer months.

Island County offers Rhododendron Park for limited camping (seasonal, April 1st - October 31st).

It's important to note, that overnight camping is not permitted on the properties held by the National Park Service. This includes the Pratt Cottage at Sunnyside, the Prairie Overlook and the Prairie Wayside. In addition, overnight camping is not permitted at Ebey's Landing State Park and the Island County public beach next to the state park.

The farm fields you see are privately owned or managed, and are not "free" campgrounds. Please respect private property at all times.

The Coupeville Chamber of Commerce can provide other options for camping and lodging throughout the Reserve and all of Whidbey Island.

Last updated: April 17, 2024

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