Cama Beach State Park

Nominee for Best Cabins

Nominee for Best State Park

Cama Beach State Park 1880 SW Camano Dr Camano Island WA
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  • Not only do you get a cabin that is just steps away from the waters of Saratoga Passage, you can rent traditional boats and head out to enjoy the water or (in season) fish or crab. And the people who staff the place are soooooooo nice!

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  • Such a cool place with true Puget Sound history! This is a restored mid-1900s salmon camp along the shores of Saratoga Passage on Camano Island.

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  • Wonder 1930's rustic cabins but with all the amenities. Located steps from the water, very reasonable.

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  • Unbeatable view from the Conference Center with delectable food, plus history, beaches and hiking.

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  • Cute cabins right on the beach, lots of walking trails, Center For Wooden Boats located right on the beach where you can rent boats, crab pots etc. There are activities for children young and old plus a great restaurant if you get tired of cooking. It was once the best kept secret on Camano Island, WA.

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  • Best view!!!

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  • This State park has the best clamping Sites in the state and a lot of history. It was a mid 1930's resort for fishing and has Indian history also.

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  • Glamping, at it's finest!

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  • great place to go with the kids.

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  • rent a boat an d enjoy the great waters of Saratoga Passage!

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