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Things to Do

On Whidbey & Camano Islands

Whidbey and Camano Island Events!

    Whidbey Island Film Festival

    January 20 - January 23
    10 days of films and talks about the revolutionary films of the 1960s including "Doctor Zhivago," "T...

    Red Wine & Chocolates Tour

    February 12 - February 13
    Wineries, distilleries and a meadery host this celebration of spirits and chocolate. Drive to each p...

    Coupeville Chocolate Walk

    February 12 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Visit participating shops in Coupeville and receive sweet chocolate treats! Just in time for Valenti...

Enter to Win!

Family Getaway to
Coupeville!

Spend 2 nights at the Historic Fort Casey Inn and explore Whidbey Island.

Win a two-night stay, plus gift cards, an $800 value.

You may choose to
Enjoy tasty treats delivered to you from
Zanini’s Catering,
Travel to the nearby Town of Coupeville
and discover the
Island County Historical Museum
bayleaf and Honey Bear.

Win a family getaway to the historic Fort Casey Inn near Washington’s second oldest town, Coupeville along with certificates for dining, shopping and other free goodies.
Enter the Contest
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The Fort Casey Inn

Enter by Noon PDT on
January 31, 2022.

Winner to be notified by email between February 1-10, 2022, with 72 hours to respond before we move on to draw a new winner.
Prize substitutions are possible.

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Visitor Centers

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Camano Island

Pristine Pacific Northwest island beauty is closer than you may think. Camano Island has unspoiled hills, uncrowded Puget Sound shoreline, wildlife in stately evergreen forests, bald eagles and blue herons along the beach.
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Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce
and Visitor Center

Nestled at the water’s edge, Oak Harbor is a vibrant community packed with activity for families of all ages.
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Coupeville Chamber of Commerce
and Visitor Center

Coupeville and Central Whidbey Island offer peaceful landscapes and opportunities for biking, hiking, kayaking, sailing, or just breathing in the fresh sea air and relaxing in locally owned and operated restaurants and inns.
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Freeland Chamber of Commerce
and Visitor Center

Antique stores, an artists’ collective workshop, boating, and an expansive public beach so big that your dog can run free.  That’s what you’ll find in Freeland, along with restaurants ranging from a small-town home-cooked flavor to upscale locavore experiences.
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Langley Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center

Perched on a bluff on Whidbey Island, overlooking the waters of Saratoga Passage and the Cascade Mountains, Langley’s quiet streets are lined with historic buildings, book stores, antique shops, clothing boutiques, cafes and restaurants.
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Clinton Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center

Clinton is the first community you encounter after getting off the ferry to Whidbey Island. It features restaurants, wineries, a distillery, and farms.
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