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Farms and Gardens

Farms and Gardens

Oct 27, 2012
Visiting any one of the farms or gardens on Whidbey Island is a truly unique experience. Our Whidbey Island farms, gardens and nurseries work hard to produce high-quality products while being good stewards of the land. Many of the local farms offer you the chance to explore and offer farm-direct sales.
Ebey's Landing

Ebey's Landing

Dec 27, 2012
The vistas, woodlands, and fertile prairies of Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve are much the same today as they were over 100 years ago when New England sea captains were drawn to Penn Cove and farmers to Ebey’s Prairie. We welcome you to explore the Reserve and visit the parks and public use areas.
Farmers Market

Farmers Market

Dec 13, 2012
Coupeville’s farmers market is open 10a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays April to mid-October It is located near the library with ample parking and a variety of fresh farm produce, plants and locally made crafts. Sherman Farms’ market offers a full range of fruits and vegetables including their own specialty squash and beans. It is open seven days a week l0 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting in May through October. It is located on the outskirts of Coupeville along Ebey Road.
Fort Casey

Fort Casey

Dec 24, 2012
Fort Casey State Park is located on Whidbey Island in Washington state. Admiralty Inlet was considered so strategic to the defense of Puget Sound in the 1890s that three forts, Fort Casey on Whidbey Island, Fort Flagler on Marrowstone Island, and Fort Worden at Port Townsend, were built at the entrance with huge guns creating a "Triangle of Fire." This military strategy was built on the theory that the three fortresses would thwart any invasion attempt by sea. Fort Casey is now a 467 acres (1.89 km2) marine camping park. The Admiralty Head Lighthouse is located in the state park.

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