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Stanwood Station

Stanwood is the northern-most city of Snohomish County and the gateway to beautiful Camano Island. There you will find Camano Island State Park featuring boating, camping, picnic facilities and endless beachcombing. The city also offers many galleries, farm fresh produce, and a variety of restaurants to please any palate.
Start at Stanwood’s historic East End, just off the Pioneer Highway and steps away from the train station. Explore the shops and diverse food options along the mile-long downtown corridor, with hidden gems along the way.

27111 Florence Way
Stanwood, WA 98292
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Station Hours: 
This station is unmanaged and open 24/7.
Ticketing Hours: 
This station does not have a ticketing office. Some stations provide a ticketing kiosk. Please refer to the station details for more information.

Additional Information

Station Services
  • No Ticket Agent Available

  • Unstaffed station. For tickets: call 1-800-USA-RAIL or book online using the Buy Tickets button above or by visiting

  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Parking: Free overnight and short-term parking available

Stanwood Chamber of Commerce (360) 629-0562
A Guilded Gallery
<1 mile away
At A Guilded Gallery, the Stanwood Camano Art Guild'sco-operative gallery, fine art and artisan crafts arepresented in a casual, inviting atmosphere.

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Stanwood Area History Museum and the D.O. PearsonHome
1 mile away

The home of Stanwood’s firstmayor, the three-story Second Empire Victorian home was built in 1890. Now aPeriod House museum, learn about Stanwood’s history as a small trading post onthe Stillaguamish River, and the impacts to the town when steamboat and laterthe railroad came to the area.

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Uff Da Shoppe
<1 mile away

This Norwegian shop specializesin European goods, ranging from Scandinavian cookware to German Christmasornaments. Get a little taste of Europe, as The Uff Da Shoppe is the home ofStanwood’s original lefse, a Norwegian flatbread!

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Port Susan Bay Preserve
1 mile away

The Nature Conservancy’sbeautiful Port Susan Bay Preserve holds some of the finest estuarine habitat inPuget Sound. Its marshes, vast mudflats and tidally influenced channels supporthundreds of thousands of birds, several species of salmon, smelt, English sole,and clams.

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Stanwood Hotel & Saloon
1 mile away

Established in 1890 and still in operation, this building is haunted byseveral spirits.

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Lights of Christmas at Warm Beach
5 miles away

This annual holiday eventfeatures more than a million Christmas lights, a spectacle spread over 15 acresat Warm Beach Camp in Stanwood. The largest holiday light display in thePacific Northwest, it combines live entertainment, children's activities, food,holiday shopping and more.

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Bonhoeffer Botanical Gardens
7 miles away

The Northwest's only completely nativebotanical garden, it includes all of Western Washington's indigenous trees,shrubs, vines and ferns, along with grass, moss, mushroom, pond, flower andground-cover species within three types of wetlands.

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Kayak Point Regional County Park
8 miles away

A spectacular 428-acre saltwaterbeach park located along the shores of picturesque Port Susan, this county parkis a great spot for viewing seals, sea lions, whales and shorebirds. From its3,300-foot shoreline to its evergreen forests, Kayak Point Park offers a richsetting for a variety of outdoor activities, including RV camping, yurts andhiking trails.

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Pilchuck Glass School
9 miles away

An international center forglass art education, come learn about the wide range of glassmaking processestaught at Pilchuck, talk with working artists, and watch the pole-turnersblowing glass as they create centerpieces for the auction.

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Snohomish County Tourism Bureau
48 miles away

The Snohomish County Tourism Bureau is the designated, year-round, tourism and convention marketing and sales organization contracted by Snohomish County to promote the area as a desirable destination for visitors and meeting planners. The Bureau produces a number of promotional brochures and materials.

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Getting Around
Island County Transit