Cloudstone Foundation

5056 Cloudstone Lane, Freeland, WA, US, 98249 | Directions
Opening hours
By Appointment Only
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Top Ten Whidbey Island Parks and Trails

Top Ten Whidbey Island Parks and Trails


If you’re interested in experiencing an extraordinary open air, three-dimensional art exhibit, Cloudstone Sculpture Park is a must see venue on Whidbey Island.


You’ll find an extensive variety of amazing carved stone, cast bronze, monumental steel and earthworks to engage you.


Formed to enhance the appreciation, education, creation, and advancement of three-dimensional art Cloudstone Sculpture Park showcases the work of Hank Nelson. While immersed in the quietude of twenty-plus acres of pristine and natural Whidbey Island landscape, a synergistic relationship between art and nature unfolds as you follow serpentine pathways leading past great pyramids, monumental steel structures, story filled ruins, and spell binding carved stone totems.


This is a dynamic display, so come each year or better yet make this your destination to celebrate a new season and get a new perspective.


The sculptor invites serious art lovers, collectors, and patrons to make an appointment to come to Cloudstone Sculpture Park. Viewing opportunities included public tours twice a year in April and September, and April through October groups of four or more adults may make an appointment for a private tour of the park.


For a one of a kind experience visit Cloudstone Sculpture Park.