Eating & Sleeping
Looking for a place to stay in the Reserve?
You have your pick of charming historic B&Bs, the iconic Captain Whidbey Inn, or camping in Fort Ebey or Fort Casey. Within the 19,000 + acres of public and private property that comprise Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve you'll also find the charming town of Coupeville, the Island County seat. Restaurants and grocery stores can be found easily in downtown Coupeville.
Visitors will find camping facilities at two of the state's most popular campgrounds, Fort Ebey State Park and Fort Casey State Park. Reservations are strongly recommended, especially during the summer months. In addition, Island County offers Rhododendron Park for camping (seasonal April 1st - October 31st).
Lodging and Services
Gas, food, and lodging are readily available in the Reserve and surrounding areas. There is a range of lodging opportunities. For a complete listing of motels and bed-and-breakfasts in the area, contact the Coupeville Chamber of Commerce.For boaters, temporary moorage is available at the Port of Coupeville wharf for a fee.