Inn at Barnum Point (a.k.a. Barnum Point Shoreline Bed & Breakfast)

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Inn at Barnum Point
464 South Barnum Road
Camano Island, Washington 98282-8578
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Photo of Surf and Driftwood On the Beach


Shorebirds, songbirds, migrating birds -- from the magnificent Eagle soaring above to the little Hummingbird, you're sure to enjoy watching them. Sometimes Dunlin can be seen in flocks of a thousand swooping above the water in the Fall, and a dozen or so Goldfinch happily munching on cherries in the Spring. Sea Lions and Otters play in our water, Deer graze in our orchard, and shy Coyotes are more likely to be heard than seen.


On clear days, the Inn at Barnum Point offers spectacular views of Mount Rainier and the Cascades. The Inn looks out over the water onto Port Susan Bay. This view always seems to melt worries away and help put life back into perspective. You can walk the beach to look for driftwood, or search for agates among the rocks. There are trails to investigate through the fields, then walk down Barnum Road. There is a free boat ramp nearby (check tides), and also a golf course about two miles away. Nearby Stanwood is a quaint old town. Many buildings are the same as they were in the early 1900's. You'll find several Scandinavian theme shops, reflecting the ethnic background of the early settlers. Camano Island is known for Artist Studios, Art Shows, Parks, and Wildlife. Nearby LaConner is also a center for art, and Mt. Vernon the home of the "soft petal" and the Tulip Festival in the spring. Factory Outlet Centers are in nearby Burlington and Marysville. Several casinos are within half an hour.


on Camano Island in Stanwood
  • Stanwood Grill - good seafood and steaks
  • Veracruz, Amigo, La Hacienda, or Dos Reales - Mexican food
  • The Chatterbox - Malaysian, Thai, Indian and American Fusion Cuisine
  • Dragon Palace - Oriental Food
  • Tokyo - Japanese specialties
  • Scandia Coffeehouse & Eatery - Gourmet Sandwiches and Fresh Pastries
  • Fast foods - most of the major chains

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