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Things to Do

On Whidbey & Camano Islands

Whidbey and Camano Island Events!

Enter to Win!

Cruise, Crab
Sip and Snuggle

On Camano Island

Sunrise over a beach at English Boom


Cruise/Crab  on this 3 Hour Port Susan Boatsafloat2 Experience.
A $100 gift card for dinner and drinks from Tapped Camano a $75 cotton crab rayon tapestry throw ANDa beautiful Glassquest ball.

Enter by 6 pm Pacific on July 31, 2022.

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Visitor Centers


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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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