- Visit Fort Casey State Park for breathtaking marine views and to learn about military history, scuba dive at Fort Casey Underwater Reserve, or visit the Admiralty Head Lighthouse.
- Hike the Bluff Trail starting at Ebey's Landing State Park or from the Prairie Overlook near historic Sunnyside Cemetery.
- Eat lunch in historic Coupeville or visit the Island County Historical Museum for a glimpse into the past.
- Go birdwatching at Crockett Lake.
- Mountain bike or hike some of the many Island Country trails in the Reserve.
Things To Do
Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve is an active farming community that operates in a partnership between the town of Coupeville, Island County, Washington State Parks, and the National Park Service.
Top Five Ways You Can Enjoy the Reserve!
You can get your National Park Passport Book stamped at these locations through the Reserve. With the exception of the Jacob Ebey House, these locations are not National Park Service Visitor Centers. They are operated by our partners in the Reserve.
COUPEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
OFFICE OF THE TRUST BOARD OF EBEY'S LANDING NHR
JACOB & SARAH EBEY HOUSE
FORT CASEY STATE PARK
Visit three Washington State Parks
Visit Historic Coupeville
Explore Island County
Step into the past with the National Park Service
Local Partners & Information Resources