To all the Weekend Warriors - Thank you very much for booking your cabin several months ago, we're delighted that you will be spending the weekend with us! The cabins are absolutely darling and quite cozy. Built in the 1930s, each cabin has a living room, kitchen area and bedroom and has been updated with modern conveniences like electric heat and lights, a refrigerator, microwave, sink, coffee maker and hot water. While there aren’t bathrooms in every cabin, there are very nice, new, clean and private restrooms and showers just a few steps away.
Plan to arrive Friday afternoon, with time to get settled into your cabin. When you pull into the park, please check in first at the visitor’s center to pick up maps and your keys. You’ll then head to the parking lot to unload your car and wait just a moment for a shuttle to take you to your cabin, as cars aren’t allowed down in the park – it’s just a short walk, but quite steep, so we recommend the free shuttles!
How to Pack
You may have received information directly from the park that requests guests bring a long list of items, but we will provide much of it for you. We will be sure each restroom is well stocked with shampoo, conditioner, soap/bodywash, washcloths, etc. We will also make sure each cabin is stocked with plates, napkins, silverware, etc. For our guests traveling by plane, we will also provide you with towels, pillows and bedding. For those that are driving, we ask that you please bring your own towels, pillows and bedding, because while handmade quilts cover the beds (but not the bunkbeds), sheets and additional blankets are not provided. The cabins are heated, so you shouldn’t need more than one extra blanket. Sleeping bags would work well, too especially for the kids. The showers require tokens which can be purchased at the Cama Beach General Store. For families with kids – be sure to bring your bikes or any other outdoor toys. There aren’t any cars allowed and we have the entire park, so there is lots of space for kids to play safely.
Think of this location as “glamping” – glamorous camping - as we like to call it. Expect dirt, grass and the sea, coupled with cute cabins, nice warm beds and clean bathrooms. The grounds are very well taken care of and everyone should be quite comfortable. If you have any questions or requests, please give us a call at 206.265.9943 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Meals / Snacks
We’ll provide dinner Friday and Saturday night, as well as a light Sunday breakfast. You may want to stop to grab a few snacks/drinks for the weekend at one of the grocery stores that you’ll see as you head through Stanwood right before Camano Island and there are a lot of dining options nearby for Saturday’s breakfast and lunch. There is a general store at Cama Beach, but it has limited hours. Cabins have refrigerators and microwaves, but no stoves, although there are several charcoal grills and fire pits close by, so don’t forget the hotdogs and s’mores!