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Wednesday, 12 December 2012 12:02

Directions

From Seattle:
Take I-5 North until the 526 exit, take it west about 1 mile. Follow 525 North till you reach the Mukilteo - Clinton Ferry. After disembarking from the ferry, travel North on 525 which will change to Highway 20. Continue on Highway 20 until you reach the Traffic Light for Coupeville. Turn Right onto North Main - follow North Main it will turn left and change to Coveland, turn right onto NW Alexander - The Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center will be on your right in the old Fire House.
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From the Olympic Peninsula:
Take the Port Townsend - Keystone Ferry located in downtown Port Townsend. After disembarking from the ferry, go North on Engle Rd about 4 miles until you reach Coupeville. At Traffic Light follow North Main which will turn left into Coveland then turn right on NW Alexander. The Chamber of Commerce is at 905 NW Alexander.
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From Bellingham:
Take I-5 South. Exit 230 towards HWY 20/Anacortes/Burlington. Turn Right at Goldenrod Rd. Turn Left at WA-20. Travel 11.6 miles and Turn Left to stay on WA-20. Stay on WA-20, 26 miles to Coupeville. Turn Left at Light in Coupeville (N. Main Street) Follow N. Main bear left onto Coveland and then right onto NW Alexander. Chamber of Commerce is at 905 NW Alexander on the right.
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Monday, 10 December 2012 10:55

Ferries

An hour's drive from Seattle or Vancouver BC, Coupeville and Central Whidbey Island offer peaceful landscapes and opportunities for biking, hiking, kayaking, sailing, or just breathing in the fresh sea air.  Relax in locally owned and operated restaurants and inns, or spend some time exploring the wide variety of shops.  Central Whidbey offers many choices to our visitors, including the Island County Museum, Admiralty Lighthouse, Meerkerk Gardens, expansive Stae Parks, antique shops, art galleries, heritage farms, working studios, wineries, farmers markets, and an Arts Center with year round fine art classes.

The landscape of Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve is open to visitors and residents alike. The 25 square mile historical reserve encompasses a mixture of federal, state, county and private property, all managed in a way that preserves its historic essence. This means that changes in the cultural landscape will continue but in a way that respects the past. Historic farms are still farmed, forests harvested and century old buildings used as homes or places of business. More information can be found at www.nps.gov/ebla

There are stunning views, two state parks and a lighthouse within Ebey's Landing National Historic Reserve as well as the historic waterfront town of Coupeville, one of the oldest towns in Washington State.

We hope to see you soon!

Published in Getting Here
Monday, 10 December 2012 10:48

Maps

Use the map below as a guide to plan your next trip to Coupeville.

Published in Getting Here
Sunday, 09 December 2012 08:37

Transportation

Island Transit - FREE transportation along State Road 525 with a pickup at the Clinton Ferry. Routes run continuously all the way up to Deception Pass. Only an hour between pickup times on most routes. For full information visit the Island Transit web site at: www.islandtransit.org or call (360) 321-6688.

Please view the Washington State Department of Transportation web site for up today information on road closures or constructions. http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/

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