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Ebey's Eagle Eye Treasure Map

The bluff at Ebey’s Landing —one of our most visited preserves—is a windswept headland laced by one of Western Washington's most popular coastal trails.

Here you’ll experience stunning views: on a clear day, one can look west to the Olympic Peninsula and the Strait of Juan de Fuca, south to Mt. Rainier, and east over historic farmland and prairie to the Cascade Mountains.

This preserve is also a fun place for children of all ages. We’ve made it easy to explore with our Ebey’s Eagle Eye Treasure Map, an interactive map of the preserve. With this guide, bring your family outside and explore the wonders of nature.

All done? Once your family is done with the Nature Treasure Hunt, let us know how it went. Send in your completed map with your name. Share your tips and experiences online at Nature.org/EbeysLanding. Send map to: Katherine Sather, The Nature Conservancy, 1917 1st Ave, Seattle, WA, 98101

Getting There

Ebey’s Landing is located on the western shore of Whidbey Island, near Coupeville. The surrounding area is protected by the Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve, which offers many scenic, interpretive, and recreational opportunities.

Directions

• The Robert Y. Pratt Preserve at Ebey’s Landing can be reached from state Highway 20 (on Whidbey Island) by turning west on Main Street in Coupeville.
• This road turns into Engles Road as you head out of town.
• Turn right on Hill Road.
• Follow this road through trees and then down a hill where you see a view of Ebey’s bluff in front of you.
• Park in the lot at the bottom of the hill or along the flat road shoulder close by.
 

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