Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve

Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, Coupeville: Hours, Address, Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve Reviews: 4.5/5

Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve

Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve
4.5
Historic Sites • National Parks
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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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SunnysideDon
Yakima, WA252 contributions
This small park has several hikes you can take. You can get great views of the sound, the Olympic mountains and Mount Baker from different hikes. You can also get down to the beach and watch the waves come in.

You can also walk by an early settlers house, the Ebey house.. However it is only open Friday through Sunday-although everything I saw said it was also open on Thursdays. I was there on a Thursday and it was closed. At the home it clearly says Friday through Sunday so just a word of advice.

In Coupeville there is a museum that has information about everything to see in the Historical Reserve and it is worth a stop as well.

If you enter into the park from the parking lot you are supposed to pay or have a Discover Pass. I hiked in from The Ebey House and parked up there where there is no fee.
Written August 9, 2021
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Matthew R
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One of the most beautiful and accessible places in Puget Sound. You will need a Discover Pass to park in the lot. A day fee pass can be purchased on site. From the parking lot walk up the bluff. The views across to Port Townsend are spectacular. Continue along the bluff on the single track path. Eventually it will take you back down to the beach. The walk along the beach back to your car is very different then the bluff walk and just as beautiful. Bring your hiking shoes. Enjoy!
Written March 6, 2020
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SmokeyBlueTulle
Normal, IL213 contributions
Family
The driftwood, hikes, forest, beach, mist and sunshine made this a magical location for the four of us (two 50-somethings, a 21-yr old and a 19-yr old). We had the place to ourselves on a Monday morning. It would be good for all ages who love the outdoors!
Written August 22, 2021
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rogersober
Clermont, FL28,175 contributions
Couples
We wound our way from Anacortes through deception pass under construction to this lesser known NP. The view from the cemetery was obscured by smoke so we drove down to the beach and walked. We then went to The Whidbey Inn to get park stamped which was very nice.
Written September 19, 2020
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simivalley1699
Washington, the State2,099 contributions
We enjoyed our hike yesterday, sunshine after the fog lifted. We parked at the cemetery and walked to the bluff hike and on to the Ferry House. It must have a lot of history there; a new garage has been built there behind the house. Great views from there. Also the Pratt Loop was fascinating as you walk through the woods. Discover Pass needed if you park down at the beach.
Written February 19, 2020
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hwadia
Portland, OR68 contributions
Beautiful views and interesting history. Definitely worth a stop on Whidbey Island. Drove by in the morning and it was still too foggy; came back after lunch and it was crystal clear out. A gorgeous hike.
Written September 1, 2021
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Melissa For
Arlington, WA15 contributions
This is one of the most beautiful spots in WA state. This area is where the glacier ended and left rich soil which became prime farming area. You can take a bluff trail up the cliff and see both this farmland as well as wide expanses of sea, sky and the Olympic Mountains. This is a truly glorious experience that is unforgettable and totally worth seeing. If you're not so inclined for an incline you can instead just meander on the beach without exerting yourself...but it is well worth the climb for those vistas..plus if you are observant you just may see some cacturs!
Written April 22, 2020
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Pam H
Bloomington, MN7 contributions
Couples
We spent a wonderful three hours at Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve. We visited the Ebey farmhouse and listened to an enthusiastic volunteer share the history of the family and the land. Then we hiked the 3.5 mile trail on the bluff and the beach. It was a beautiful day and we could see Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains in the distance. We would highly recommend this trail.
Written July 20, 2018
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Beachwatcher14
Polson, MT194 contributions
Couples
We live on Whidbey Island, and the bluff and beach trail at Ebey's Landing is one of our favorites. Glorious 180 degree views across the water and of mountains. I think the round trip trail is about 3 miles, but there are signs that show the trails and distances. There are some narrow areas of the trail up on the bluff, so caution should be used. Parking area is a WA state park, and requires either a day or annual pass (recommend the $30 annual Discover pass vs. the $10 daily fee--pass it good at any WA state parks). You can park along Hill Road, too, for free and just walk a little farther.
Written January 6, 2015
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hb-nyc
New York, New York1 contribution
We hiked the bluff trail and saw absolutely awesome views of the Strait and Olympic mountain range. Then we hiked most of the interior "kettles" trails which were even more fascinating than the bluff trails. There is something for everyone, including mountain biking and horse trails. You can hike all day and weave though different trails and distinctly different environments which seem like a cross between a maze and the enchanted forest from the Wizard of Oz. It is especially nice for kids because the trail names constantly change and kids will have fun navigating with the trail map (which is a must unless you enjoy being lost).
Written August 29, 2009
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