Cama Beach State Park is about a 90 minute drive north of Seattle. Its address is:
1880 SW Camano Drive
Camano Island, WA
If you’re flying in from out of state, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SeaTac) is typically the least expensive option and has rental cars available.
Directions to Cama Beach State Park
Take the Stanwood Exit (212) off I-5. Turn west on State Route 532 and drive through the town of Stanwood. Continue on 532 to the “Y” junction of East Camano and North Camano drives. Bear left onto East Camano Drive. After approximately 5.5 miles on East Camano Drive, turn right onto Monticello St. After about two miles, turn left onto West Camano Drive. Approximately half a mile down the road you will come to the entrance to Cama Beach State Park.
Note: “Camano Island State Park” is just to the south of “Cama Beach State Park” and is the WRONG location. The wedding is at “Cama Beach State Park.
The wedding will be at 5pm on September 9th, 2012 at Cama Beach State Park on Camano Island, WA. The ceremony will be outdoors on a grassy field a few dozen feet from the Puget Sound. Afterwards, we’ll have an indoor reception and dinner at the Cama Center, easy walking distance from where we’ll be holding the ceremony. You can see pictures of the Cama Center in the previous post.
It’s getting close, and things are falling into place. We’re really excited!
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