Camano Island's Eagles Nest is located on beautiful Camano Island just 1 hr. north of Seattle. There's easy access with no ferry needed and it sits in the rain shadow of the Olympic mountain range. This beautiful Camano Island seaside cabin sits high, near the tops of the trees, where the eagles are often seen to fly! You'll find a gorgeous, clean, and comfortable lodging experience in an unpretentious yet delightfully charming cabin with the character you'd come to expect out of a Pacific Northwest coastal home. Large expansive windows look out over the ocean with the Cascade mountain range in the distance. This is the perfect relaxing getaway for a couple, your family, or any group retreat!
There's plenty to do with a full-sized sports court, hot tub, barbeque pit, recreation room, large two tier deck, golf nearby,Camano Island state parks, boating, biking, or simply relaxing with a book by the fire. Also there's access to the beach where you'll see we've provided you with a canoe and basic kayak.
Camano Island's Eagles Nest has two stories and a loft with room to sleep 8 comfortably; three Queen beds, a kids room with 4 total bunk beds, and optional futon or pull-out. The home provides a spacious and naturally bright, yet cozy seaside vacation getaway. With the entire cabin to yourself, you're free to do whatever you'd like with the privacy and ability to truly relax the way you deserve. The view looking over the serene and majestic landscape is enough in and of itself to leave you mesmerized. You'll love this vacation getaway - everyone says they wish they could stay longer when the time comes to leave. We're pretty sure you will too; it's the type of place where nor pictures or words could ever begin to describe it well enough to do it the justice it deserves. Book your reservation at Camano Island's Eagles Nest soon because the word will quickly catch on!
About Camano Island..
Camano Island jets out into the Puget Sound from the Washington mainland. To get to Camano Island you pass through Stanwood just north of Everett. People visiting the island often wonder why it's called an island considering that it's not isolated from the rest of Washington state. In fact, the only water seperating the two is a small unrecognizable flow of water called Davis' Slough. For the most part Camano Island is completely surrounded by water, except for the point in which you drive onto it. That's what makes Camano Island such a great vacation destination. It's easily accessible yet remote at the same time. There's plenty to do as it is, but being connected to the mainland opens up whole new opportunities for adventure and entertainment. Camano Island is known for it's terrific wildlife preservation, thriving artistic community, and has incredible bird watching. The boating and kayaking are top notch. Don't forget about the amazing hiking, golfing, and state parks either. Camano Island really is a truly special and beautiful place. It's a place where the mountains meet the sea and memories last forever!
Camano Island Bird Watching and Wildlife
Camano Island has been named, by the Washington Audubon Society, one the state’s best areas for bird watching. With gorgeous backdrops, there are some absolutely incredible photo opportunities! There are 125 species of birds recorded at Iverson Spit alone. Iverson spit is close to Camano Island's Eagles Nest and has a terrific sandy beach along with wonderful short hikes. Camano Island's Eagles Nest might be one of the best accomodations on the island for watching eagles; hence the name. The types of birds you can expect to see on Camano Island include: Bald Eagles, Chestnut-backed Chickadees, Rufous Hummingbirds, Caspian Terns, Loons, Brant, Peregrine Falcons, Long-Tailed Ducks, Blue Heron, and much much more! Besides bird watching, the magnitude of marine life can almost go without mentioning. Whether it's digging for clams, having sea lions and porpoises curiously follow you by kyak, keeping your eye out for pods of Orca and Gray whales, looking for starfish, crabs, and a multitude of other marine species from the beach.. it's all there. On land there are all kinds of animals both wild and domesticated which show up around every corner: deer, alpalca, farm animals such as goats and sheep, rabbits, and others that appear on lovely rural bike rides. The list goes on and on.
Camano Island Recreation
With state parks, golfing, wonderful beaches to explore, unique island and fine art galleries, biking through rural landscapes, multiple public boat launches, water sports, ziplining atop lush tree tops, and much much more; Camano Island has enough to keep you plenty entertained! There are several public parks including the largest - Camano Island State Park. Camano Island State park boasts 134-acres of hiking, beaches, campsites, picnic areas, even an underwater scuba park for those who want to discover what draws so many divers to the nutrient rich waters off the islands of Puget Sound. We highly recommend taking a trip over to the state park in the evenings to see spectacular sunsets as you look out over the Saratoga Passage towards Whidbey Island. If you feel like a night out, than not too far away there are lot's of casinos with dancing and live music. Included is one of the states largest - Tulalip casino. Of course, just staying in at the Camano Island's Eagles Nest lends itself to a pretty good time too with all of the amenities and entertainment we've provided you with at the cabin. You might just let the laid back hospitality and relaxed pace of life on the island make you feel blissful not doing much at all. That's alright, we actually highly encourage it!