Take a hike and enjoy unique Whidbey Island.
Among the beautiful, important lands protected forever by the Whidbey Camano Land Trust are these preserves open to the public. Walk, hike, watch and listen for birds, enjoy the solitude, and breathe deeply the scent of nature.
For directions and trail maps (where they’re needed), please click on each of these site names. Learn the story of why they have been protected, and then go enjoy them.
Hoypus Addition (part of Deception Pass State Park)
Del Fairfax Forest Preserve (between Coupeville and Oak Harbor)
Libbey Beach (north of Coupeville along Admiralty Inlet)
Greenbank Farm (Greenbank)
Hammons Preserve (overlooking Cultus Bay)
Saratoga Woods (northwest of Langley overlooking Saratoga Passage)
Trillium Community Forest (between Freeland and Greenbank)
If the lovely nature of Whidbey Island appeals to you, consider becoming a supporter of the Land Trust.