Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve

Ebey’s Landing is the nation’s first historical reserve, created in 1978 to protect a rural working landscape & community on Central Whidbey Island. The reserve includes 17,500 acres, 17 farms, over 400 historical structures, native prairies, two state parks, miles of shoreline, a network of trails and the second oldest town in Washington. The Reserve is managed by a 9-member Trust Board.

Visit Ebey’s Landing any time of year and enjoy the expansive beauty of the Ebey’s Prairie.