The Camano Island Studio Tour is a free self-guided tour of artists, galleries and studios selected each year to represent diverse mediums and styles, including ceramics, glass, jewelry, painting, photography, sculpture, textiles, and mixed media. You are rarely more than half a mile from one studio to the next studio or gallery. There are also a variety of eateries, quaint shops, family-centered parks, inviting bed and breakfasts, and an eighteen-hole golf course along the Tour Route. The Camano Island Studio Tour takes place every year on Mother’s Day weekend, Friday-Sunday and again the following weekend on Satuday-Sunday. The tour is available from 10am to 5pm each day of the tour. Download a map from their website before you go.
Located about 60 miles north of Seattle, west of I-5 on WA-532. There is no need to take a ferry to the island, one of the most beautiful islands in the Pacific Northwest. Camano’s beaches, bluffs, and overlooks on Port Susan Bay, Utsalady Bay. and Saratoga Passage are truly breathtaking. Camano Island has stately evergreen forests filled with a mixture of native vegetation and wildlife. Camano Island State Park and Cama Beach State Park are marked with hiking and walking trails, where you can enjoy beach combing, kite flying, bird watching, and botanizing.