Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve is a partnership between the National Park Service, Washington State Parks, Island County and the Town of Coupeville to preserve a working rural community. There is no fee to visit the Reserve.
In fact, more than 85% of the 19,000 acres 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.
An Ebey's Visitor Guide, Hiking Trails Map and other maps are available at the Island County Museum or the Coupeville Chamber of Commerce in downtown Coupeville, as well as the Cottage at Sunnyside.
Lodging options within the Reserve range from inns, hotels and B&Bs, to camping at Fort Casey State Park or Fort Ebey State Park (reservations are necessary) or at Island County's Rhododendron Park.
Last updated: June 27, 2016