Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve

360) 678-6084

Established on November 10, 1978, Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve is located on Whidbey Island, in the Puget Sound. Spanning 17,500+ acres of beautiful public and private property, the site preserves the historical, agricultural and cultural traditions of both native and Euro-American, and also offers a number of recreational activities that range from hiking and mountain biking the Bluff Trail and to scuba diving at Fort Case Underwater Preserve and bird watching at Crockett Lake. Soak up the island’s rich history at the historic Ferry House, Fort Casey, Admiralty Lighthouse, Island County Historical Museum and the historic town of Coupeville, which is the seat of Island County.

The first National Historical Reserve of its kind in America, Ebey’s Landing is unique in that it is over 80% privately owned, and also encompasses Fort Casey State Park, Fort Ebey State Park, Ebey’s Landing State Park, Admiralty Inlet Natural Area Preserve, a section of the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail, and the historic town of Coupeville.  Ebey’s Landing is accessible from the mainland by vehicle via Washington State Route 20 and aboard the Washington State Ferries from either Mukilteo or Port Townsend.

For more information, call (360) 678-6084 or visit www.NPS.gov/ebla.

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