Visit CWB at Cama Beach
CWB's new location at Cama Beach State Park offers a place for visitors to learn about wooden boat building, maritime heritage and native people's presence on the land. This location features small wooden boats and world-renowned, hands-on history programs among simple cabins nestled between forest and sea at this 1930s-era Puget Sound fishing resort.
Things to do at CWB at Cama Beach
- Livery – rent a boat by the hour or for the day
- Classes – youth and adults can take maritime classes
- Events – join us year round for all kinds of events on the water
- Cabins – learn more about renting a cabin at Cama Beach through Washington State Parks by calling or visiting their website. If you are a CWB Member, you may be interested in renting the Boatman's Cabin.
- Directions to our Cama Beach Site
Visitors to Cama Beach State Park will experience wooden boats in ways both familiar and new, learning about the cultural history of small boats, while surrounded by the natural beauty of the forest and the water's edge.
When you visit the Park, do dress for the weather, as the Park is open to the elements and it can be colder on the beach.
Island Transit operates buses on Camano Island and has a route that stops at Terry's Corner next to the Camano Getaway visitor's center. Check the Island Transit website for more information about public trasportation on Camano Island.
For more information please don't hesitate to contact us:
Address: 1880 SW Camano Drive
Camano Island, WA 98282
Phone: (360) 387-9361
Interested in renting a cabin?
Cabins at Cama Beach during Labor Day Weekend are currently being reserved for Sail Cam'Isle participants. Please click here to learn more.
The remaining cabins at Cama Beach State Park are operated by Washington State Parks. Reservations can be made by calling (360) 387-1550. Visit the Washington State Parks website for the resort at www.parks.wa.gov/camabeach/.