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Make Camano Island your next getaway—choose from 15 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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Port Susan Bay - B 3D Tour
3 Bed | 1.5 Bath | Sleeps 7

Port Susan Bay - B - Camano Island, WA

From $224
Cascade Mountains View 3D Tour
3 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Cascade Mountains View - Camano Island, WA

From $159
Camano Beach House 3D Tour
2 Bed | 1.5 Bath | Sleeps 4

Camano Beach House - Camano Island, WA

From $176
Camano Writer's Cottage 3D Tour
0 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 3 (2 Adults Max)

Camano Writer's Cottage - Camano Island, WA

From $86
Her Lord's Ship 3D Tour
2 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6 (4 Adults Max)

Her Lord's Ship - Camano Island, WA

From $138

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Recent Camano Island vacation rental reviews

Loved this place. So cute. String lights outside on huge patio and yard with grill, firepit, and plenty of seating, huge double doors open (with big screen) to the inside which has a fireplace, flat screen TV, open kitchen with the basics for cooking and meals, washer dryer (bring your own detergent), all sorts of coffee makers. Cute loft upstairs opens to the rest of the house, which I liked, but for groups=minimal privacy. Very clean. My only complaint, which hopefully was just an oversight, was that there was half a roll of toilet paper when I arrived and no replacement rolls, so ran out the day after checking in. Would definitely stay here again.
Kate C. | Aug 2021
Had everything we needed and then some. Beautiful place, fabulous location and view. Close to many fun places. Comfortable beds and friendly neighbors who take great pride in making this area a unique community
Mary T. | Aug 2021
We really enjoyed our time at Lutefisk Lodge. Nice clean home and beautiful views.
Pennie V. | Jul 2021

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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.