Winter Low Tide Beach Walk at Cama Beach State Park
Join us for a Night Low Tide Beach Walk at Camano Island State Park. Meet at the Boat Launch at 8:30 pm. Camano Island SP has rocky beaches so wear sturdy shoes or boots and dress for the weather. Each participant should have a strong flashlight or headlamp with good batteries. The guided walk is hosted by the Cama Beach Foundation and the Sound Water Stewards. A Discover Pass or Day Pass is needed for parking. For more info and for “go/no go” updates if the weather is iffy, contact (360) 387-0946.
Sponsored by Cama Beach Foundation assisted by Sound Water Stewards.
FOR: Cama Resort guests and the general public.
No RSVP or registration needed. Just show up.
Low-Tide Beach Walks are sponsored by Cama Beach Foundation assisted by Sound Water Stewards and they occur at night in the winter and in the daytime in the late spring and summer because that is when the lowest tides of the year are.
Cama Beach Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports Camano Island State Park and Cama Beach Historical State Park by offering visitors educational and interpretive programs to enhance their visits. Sound Water Stewards are trained volunteers working in and around Island County for a healthy, sustainable Puget Sound environment through education, community outreach, stewardship, and citizen science.