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Where to Live on Camano Island
The unique appeal of Camano Island is that it offers visitors a real-life island experience — without the hype. Don’t expect trendy tourist traps. There are a few restaurants, a handful of country-style grocery stores, bed and breakfast facilities, and intriguing fine art galleries to serve the elite few who have discovered Camano Island.
It is not surprising that Camano’s population swells by several thousand in the summer when one considers the protected location offered by Saratoga Passage to the west, Skagit Bay to the north, and Port Susan to the east. There are about 13,347 permanent residents living on Camano Island with the Island County seat located in Coupeville on Whidbey Island. Schools are located in the nearby town of Stanwood in Snohomish County, and two elementary schools are located on Camano Island.
Camano Island Beach Information:
Camano Island State Park has an extensive beach that yields clams at low tides; a short, wooden stairway leads from the picnic area to the beach. Find out more about Camano Island. Image by Tony Kent
Stay and Play Beach Rental Available!
Beach home on quiet, dead end street North end of Island only 15 min. to 1-5 Large back deck with hot tub and gas BBQ. Small fenced in area for pets. Great location with beautiful views of the Utsalady bay. Easy Beach access steps away to walk the beach on low tide. Quiet neighborhood to take long walks, Great place to kayak or watch wildlife on the beach.
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