b'Whidbey Island, Camano and into Skagit Bay. KELLY CLARE PHOTOGRAPHYThe state park preserves this unique site on more than 433 acres of waterfront, with the renovation and modernization of a 1930s-era fishing resort. Cama Beach offers boating, crabbing, scuba diving, fishing, swimming, hiking, horseshoes, wildlife viewing, lodging and 15 miles of trails. A historic boathouse is operated and run by The Center for Wooden Boats, a shop that offers boat-buildingclasses, from new to antique, sailing, and crabbing boats. A mile-long trail will lead hikers and curious travelers to the Camano Island State Park, the 173-acre camping park that boasts 6,700-feet of jagged rock shoreline and beaches for day-trippers, hikers, bikers and shellfish harvesters. Enjoy hiking and biking trails, areas for boating and diving as well as clamming, crabbing and saltwater fishing. Swimmers are welcome. Personal watercraft launch at one of two boat ramps for water skiing and fishing fun. An amphitheater sits along a stunning background for bird watching and other wildlife viewing. On the southern tip of the island is Walter G. Hutchison Park, with a simple picnic area andCottage cuteness in the Mabana neighborhood of Camano.easy trails. It leads to Tillicum Beach, another great location for picnicking. Get beach accessCamano Park offers a ball field, tennis court,a lake and plenty of walking trails, also has at any of the bays and vistas, including Elgerpicnic area, playground and multipurposerental facilities. If you have exhausted all Bay, Cavalero Beach, Iverson Preserve andcenter. Camano Ridge offers hiking, bikingof those trails previously try out the newly English Boom on the east side of the island,and equestrian access to a trail system on 400acquired acreage at Barnum Point for with Utsalady Point and Maple Groveacres of forested uplands. Four Springs Lakebeautiful vistas and beach access off the trails.offering locations on the western side. Inland,Preserve, a 50-acre preserve with streams,grab a bite At Cama Beach, the Cama Beach Caf offers provisions and island catering with fluctuating hours depending on the season (check www.camabeachcafe.com for current hours). Much of their down-home comfort food includes their homemade soups, salad, sandwiches, pastries and their breakfast featuring eggs laid by hens only two miles down the road. Camaloch Golf Course offers its guests more than just links to hit. It is also home to Rockaway Bar & Grill, a beer-centric pub and eatery, inside dining for 21+ only although take-out is available (with a Kids Menu). Dont miss out on the bacon-sauted Brussels sprouts or the half-pound certified Angus beef burgers. The Camano Commons hosts the islands widest range of culinary delights, including the new Tapped Camano with dozen beers on draft and featuring dishes made in-house from local ingredients. Entrees available at the counter-order eatery include items such as Dungeness crab roll, crab mac and cheese, honey lime chicken salad, shrimp Louie and a Wagyu beef burger. Within the Camano Island Marketplace, amidst a selection of retailers Camano Island Roasters proudly serves coffee made from their locally roasted beans. Also inside is Scoopz serving up the perfect Lopez Island ice cream cone while Camano Pastry Caf serves the most amazing fresh-baked French pastries. The Baked Caf offers made from scratch bread, breakfast 12Discover Stanwood-CamanoSpring/Summer 2020'