While at Cama Beach, you can explore the expansive shoreline, gaze at beautiful sunsets, view an array of wildlife, hike or bike the area's 15 miles of trail, and take in a boating workshop with the Center for Wooden Boats, or just relax in a cozy historic cabin that offers the best of both worlds, the feel of earlier times and the ease of modern conveniences.
Cama Beach State Park is set in a spectacular, 433-acre waterfront location against a forested backdrop. It is connected by a mile-long trail to Camano Island State Park, a 134-acre camping park. Both parks are open for day-use or overnight stays year-round.
Featuring 24 standard cabins, 7 deluxe cabins and a bungalow that sleeps 6-8 people are available for rent to individuals and groups. Cama Beach is the location of The Center for Wooden Boats' second campus. This partnership between the Washington State Parks Commission and The Center for Wooden Boats has allowed for the development of this important resource for cultural, historical, environmental, educational and recreational activities.