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Stanwood

Settled in 1866 as a trading post on the “flats” at the mouth of the Stillaguamish River, Stanwood is a small, but growing, community in Snohomish County of Scandinavian heritage.

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The Pearson House Museum houses many of the area’s artifacts and coupled with the Floyd Norgaard Community Center is a must see place. Many festivals and musical events are held at the ”Floyd”.

An Amtrak train station is less than a block's walk to unique shops. On weekends there is live music at the Stanwood Saloon. Stanwood farms feature fresh locally grown produce seven days/week in the spring, summer and fall. The Viking Village is the site for a farmer’s market throughout the summer. The Twin City Idlers host a huge car show on the last Sunday in June. The first weekend in August is devoted to the Stanwood/Camano Fair, a country fair with all the animals and exhibits you would expect from a quality event.

Stanwood is the gateway to beautiful Camano Island. There you will find Camano Island State Park and Washington’s newest state park, Cama Beach State Park. Four Springs Houseis located off Camano Hill road and is available for both indoor and outdoor events.




Discover Stanwood Camano Visitor Information Guide - Fall/Winter 2018

Discover Stanwood Camano - Website

Stanwood Chamber/Commerce

  • 8725 271st St. NW, Stanwood
  • 360-629-0562

City of Stanwood

  • 10220 270th St NW, Stanwood
  • 360-629-2181

Stanwood School District #401

  • 26920 Pioneer Highway, Stanwood
  • 360-629-1200

Stanwood-Camano News

  • 9005 271st St NW, Stanwood
  • 360-629-2155

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