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.
No matter how you choose to enjoy the Reserve, please remember that unlike most National Park Service areas, the Reserve is mostly privately owned and farmed. Respect farmers and property owners by following posted signs and staying out of fields - even fields that seem empty can contain sensitive crops.
Here are some of our favorite ways to enjoy Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve. The following links will take you out of our website.
Hike the Bluff Trail
You can access the Bluff Trail from either Ebey's Landing State Park Trailhead or the Prairie Overlook Trailhead. Parking at Ebey's Landing State Park requires a Discovery Pass.
Parts of the trail include steep bluff climbs and walking on uneven beach surfaces. Be aware of tides and weather when out exploring the beach.
Explore the Reserve
Last updated: November 29, 2016