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Pleasant campground with varied amenities. Some sites are basic, some with water and electric hookups. Sites are generally nice and flat, most of them have shade and partial privacy due to trees and shrubs. The bathrooms have flush toilets, soap, warm-air hand dryers, shelves and...More
My wife and camp here regularly because the sites are nestled in a tall pine Forest a very short walk to the cliff trail overlooking Puget Sound to the west. The views are peaceful and the nearby beach cozy. The park is a five minute...More
This was an early and eerily foggy start that took us past WW2 Bunkers that protected the U.S. and along the bluff on the Sound that was filled with amazing old grown Western Larch and a variety of songbirds and lush bush/flower growth. Easy hiking...More
Grab your Washington State Parks Discover Pass and add this to your list of things to do on Whidbey Island. We have visited Coupeville and the surrounding area many times but never took the time to stop at Fort Ebey State Park. This time we...More
There is an old cannon barracks there, recommend bringing a flashlight to walk through them they are really dark..There a big area for kite flying, and nice campsites. Very clean park with a nice trail hike!
From Port Townsend, WA a ferry ride to Whidbey Island is a delightful 30 minute venture. Fort Ebey State Park is near the ferry. It's beautiful to walk along the weather and through woods. Be sure to visit the Fort and lighthouse as well.
Response from oldhippiegal | Reviewed this property |
I would choose a site away from the bathrooms, because the lights are bright all night and there is some fan/motor noise. Other than that, the sites have nice trees and flat spots for parking and for tents.