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Make Camano Island your next getaway—choose from 20 great vacation rentals

Known as "the island you can drive to," Camano Island hangs off the edge of the Washington mainland 55 miles north of Seattle like a giant, green parenthesis. Unlike the more developed San Juan Islands to the north, you won't have to wait for a ferry here. Yet, despite Camano Island's accessibility, it's generally unspoiled.

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The Tyee Beach Blue Heron 3D Tour
2 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

The Tyee Beach Blue Heron - Camano Island, WA

From $94
Camano Family Retreat 3D Tour
3 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Camano Family Retreat - Camano Island, WA

From $157
Camano Island Waterfront Modern Splendor 3D Tour
4 Bed | 3.5 Bath | Sleeps 8

Camano Island Waterfront Modern Splendor - Camano Island, WA

From $314
Madrona Beach House 3D Tour
3 Bed | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 8

Madrona Beach House - Camano Island, WA

From $251
Camano Writer's Cottage 3D Tour
0 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 3 (2 Adults Max)

Camano Writer's Cottage - Camano Island, WA

From $107

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Recent Camano Island vacation rental reviews

We enjoyed being the very first guests at the Port House Lookout. Communication was great and check-in was easy. We arrived on a clear day (the other days were very foggy) and had amazing views of Kulshan (Mt. Baker) and the Cascades. The kitchen was nice and well-stocked and the couch and bed were comfy. The house is 10 - 15 minute drive from state parks and Camano Commons (try The Baked Cafe, and the croissants from the coffee place across from it!). Though if you're hanging out at this cozy house on a clear day, it might be difficult to tear yourself away from the spectacular view.
Paul F. | Jan 2022
A few of my girlfriends and I stayed here last weekend for a girls weekend. What a gorgeous and clean house! We loved the open kitchen and family room to visit. The wood stove was great! The hot tub was so relaxing and definitely one of the highlights. Oh and the game room was so much fun! The yard is really big and you feel secluded. It was cold so we didn’t get out too much but would love to go back when it is warmer to enjoy it more. The only reason I am giving this place four stars is because check out is at 10am and no option for a late check out. Even 11am would have been a little more relaxing and not have so feel so rushed. The kitchen is well stocked but we were missing a regular coffee pot. Otherwise we had a wonderful time and really enjoyed the house and were appreciative of how clean it was!
Katie R. | Jan 2022
Interesting and architecturally unique house. Clean and generally well appointed on the inside. Kitchen gear was minimal (needed serving spoon, ladle, whisk, sink stopper, dishwashing soap, etc.). Microwave was intermittent. We were an elderly group and the stairs turned out to be something of a challenge. But we had a good time.
Kurt R. | Jan 2022

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Where is Camano Island, WA?

Surrounded by Saratoga Passage to the west, Skagit Bay to the north, and Port Susan to the east, the island is naturally isolated and is protected even further by two state parks within its boundaries. Little wonder, then, that loyal visitors to Camano Island swell the population each summer to enjoy a pristine island environment free of glitzy tourist traps. Carpeted with majestic evergreen forests and rimmed by 56 miles of pristine beaches, Camano Island is 39.7 square miles of unadulterated Pacific Northwest beauty and abundance. 

Things to do on Camano Island, WA

Your first stop, as you enter Camano Island, should be the Camano Gateway: the center where you'll find lots of useful info about parks, recreational activities, and local businesses.

Boaters will find launch sites at Utsalady Bay and Cavalero Beach. Head over to Cama Beach State Park where you'll find a restored 1930's fishing resort. And speaking of fishing, Camano Island is unparalleled. Fishing is available during every season, from salmon to Dolly Varden trout to flounder. Iverson Beach is one of the few places in Washington State where you can fish for sturgeon year-round from shore.

Hikers, rejoice: there's also a great trail that winds through Cama Beach State Park. Or, check out Camano Island State Park, where 134 acres are filled with mountain vistas and miles of beach perfect for shellfish harvesting. The east side of Camano offers stellar views of Mt. Baker, Mt. Rainier, the Cascade Mountains, and quiet Port Susan.

Camano Island isn't all wilderness, however. There are a few restaurants, grocery stores, galleries, and shops. A number of annual events will keep you entertained. You can attend the Port Susan Snow Goose and Birding Festival in February, a chili cookof in November, and a number of art shows and festivals in the summer. No matter when you come to Camano Island, you'll discover an environment filled with astounding beauty, one refreshingly untouched by human hands.