Cama Center - Cama Beach Historical State Park

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The Great Hall of the Cama Center sits on a bluff overlooking the historic Cama Beach cabins and offers sweeping views of Saratoga Passage, Whidbey Island and the Olympic Mountain Range. The center is a wonderful location for weddings, business retreats, parties, and family reunions. Food service and catering options are available for all types of events. There also is an option to rent a variety of audio-visual equipment for use in the event space.

The Cama Center offers two event spaces for rent. The Great Hall is 1,857 square feet in size with a Craftsman-style interior and accommodates 110 guests. The Forest Room is 441 square feet in size an accommodates 40 guests. When rented together, the divider separating the two spaces is removed and the Forest Room becomes an alcove of the Great Hall, increasing the total capacity to 150 guests. Rental hours are from noon to 10 p.m. during the peak-season (April 1 to Oct. 31) and from noon to 8 p.m. during the off season (Nov. 1 to March 31).

Cama Beach State Park also features 33 historic waterfront cabins that are available for overnight rental. Visit the cabin webpage for more information. For additional information and tips for renting the Great Hall or Forest Room, review this information sheet.


  • Open, timber-frame design
  • Open-air balcony with seating
  • Large propane fireplace
  • Wall of windows overlooking the Saratoga Passage
  • Copper light fixtures
  • Hardwood floor
  • ADA accessibility


  • Large windows overlooking the Cama Beach forest
  • Hardwood floor
  • Private entrance
  • ADA accessibility


  • Wireless internet access is provided free
  • Chairs and tables are included in the rental


Cama Beach State Park is located on Camano Island, WA


Current rates for Great Hall and Forest Room.


To make a reservation or check on availability, please call the Cama Beach welcome center/reservation office at (360) 387-1550.