Ebey's Reserve is a great place to recreate! Hiking, kayaking, sailing, camping, - whether it's a holiday weekend or just a normal Friday afternoon, Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve is full of ways you can explore the outdoors and still make it into historic Coupeville for dinner on Penn Cove.
There are three State Parks, over thirty miles of Island County trails, spectacular public beaches, and nationally significant birding all within a short drive from the ferry port.
Hiking in the Reserve
The Bluff Loop Trail
The Pratt Loop Trail -
Easy walk between active farm fields. Feature historic farm structures, native prairie flora and spectacular views of heritage farm fields and the Salish Sea.
From Jacob & Sarah Ebey House - 0.3mi (0.5km), one-way
From the Bluff Loop Trail connection - 0.8mi (1.2km), one-way
Pratt Loop Trail & the Kettle Spur Trail
Easy walk through a portion of the Robert Pratt Preserve on property owned by the Nature Conservancy. This trail connects to Island County's Kettles Trail system - a mixed network of trails with more than 30 miles of hiking, biking and horseback trails - to the Ebey's Prairie Ridge Trail.
From the Pairie Overlook Trailhead - 1.3mi (2.1km), roundtrip
The Kettle Spur Trail - 0.75mi (1.2km), one-way
Explore the Reserve
Last updated: December 21, 2021