DRIFTWOOD HEIGHTS ASSOCIATION, INC.
Located in the Beautiful Pacific Northwest,
Camano Island, Washington, USA
Our Association is home to a group of young couples, singles and retirees, some of whom are artists, designers and novelists.
We are a diverse people who have found a safe haven from the rigorous life of the big city.
We have an abundance of wild life here: deer, squirrels, raccoons, rabbits, a variety of song birds, along with our beautiful eagles.
We have a private, gated beach where we can go to relax and look out over the water and dream, have picnics, or take walks.
Camano Island is a large island in Puget Sound, located in Island County, Washington, between Whidbey Island and the mainland.
The body of water separating Whidbey Island and Camano Island is called Saratoga Passage. Camano Island is separated from
mainland Snohomish County by Davis Slough near the city of Stanwood. The island is reached via State Route 532 over the Mark
Clark Bridge in the northeast of the island.
There were 13,358 residents on the island as of the 2000 census, but the population peaks up to 17,000 during the summer months
with retired “snowbirds.” The island has a total land area of 102.99 km² (39.77 sq mi). Kristoferson Lake is the largest lake on
It is supported by the city of Stanwood (in Snohomish County) and the two communities share many amenities, including
Stanwood-Camano School District.