Camano Island State Park Campground Washington
Camano Island State Park Overview
Camano Island State Park campground has 88 campsites and is located on a shoreline with beautiful views of Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains and Mt. Rainer. There are also 5 cabins and hiker/biker campsites available.
Campground amenities include drinking water, flush toilets, hot showers, trash collection and RV dump station. There’s also a boat launch, amphitheater, picnic area and firewood is available for sale from the camp host. Campsites can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs. Each campsite also has a table fire ring and grate.
Camano Island State Park Area Recreation
Outdoor recreation activities include beach combing, fishing, boating, kayaking, swimming, sailing, crabbing, hiking, biking and wildlife viewing.
A few pother campgrounds nearby (but on Whidbey Island) are Fort Casey State Park, Fort Ebey State Park and South Whidbey Island State Park.
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- BBQ Grills
- Boat Launch/Ramp
- Campfire Center
- Campground Host
- Campsite Tables
- Comfort Station
- Drinking Water
- Fire Pit
- Fire Rings
- Firewood Available
- Hike/Bike Campsites
- Pets OK
- Picnic Tables
- Ranger Station
- Restrooms (Flush Toilets)
- Trash Collection
- Beach Combing
- Bird Watching
- Boating (non motorized)
- Mountain Biking
- Nature Trails
- Walking Trails
- Water Sports
- Wildlife Viewing
Camano Island, Washington 98282
Lat / Long:
2, 7, 9, 10, 13, 20, 21, 24, 32, 40, 52, 54, 66, 69, 70, 71, 73
# of Campsites:
88 + 5 Cabins
Camano Island State Park Comments & Reviews
Visited Camano Island State Park Campground lately? We'd love to hear about your adventure. Did you find us useful? Did we forget something? Anything our community should know before heading out to Camano Island State Park?
We stayed here in November 2015 in our 24′ Chinook Destiny over the Thanksgiving holiday. There are no RV hookups in the one campground loop open this time of year, so this was a dry camp. There are nice woodland trails throughout the park, but the most interesting feature is that it is connected by trail to Cama Beach State Park. The views and sunsets are lovely from here.
We are staying here later this summer. Not sure when the pics on this site were taken, however I believe the park has renumbered their upper loop. We are staying in 44, 45, and 46 and they are all pull through sites now. It looks like they may be represented here as 70-something sites. Might need to update your photos and video.
Thanks A Hughes for the heads up! I’ll check this out and see if we can update the photos we have. If not, I’ll have a photographer reshoot Camano Island State Park campground.