Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve is open to the public year-round with no admittance fee.
Although there are no fees to enter the Reserve, visits to the three state parks (Fort Ebey, Fort Casey, and Ebey's Landing - all located within the Reserve boundaries) do require the Discover Pass.
The historic Jacob & Sarah Ebey House and the Ebey Blockhouse are open to the public during the summer months, Memorial Day through Labor Day Weekends, Thursdays through Sundays, from 10am to 4pm.
The Administrative Office of the Trust Board is located at the Cottage at Sunnyside, on the trail to the Jacob & Sarah Ebey House, and is open year-round, Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 4:30pm. The office is closed on Saturday and Sunday.
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.
Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve partners with the Coupeville Chamber of Commerce as the official visitor center for the Reserve. From here, you can discover great places to stay, places to shop, and places to dine. Get your passport stamped, your Junior Ranger book, brochures and hiking maps for the Reserve. Located in downtown Coupeville at 905 NW Alexander St. Hours may vary.
Jacob and Sarah Ebey House
Last updated: October 2, 2020