In Focus: Ebey’s Landing National Reserve

Whidbey Island’s Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve is home to some of the Pacific Northwest’s oldest buildings, and the Reserve helps in preserving the region’s rural character.

Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve

Imagine filming in a national park where people live and work. The park embraces both the 19th and 21st centuries, preserving a rural lifestyle and frontier town atmosphere for more than 100 years. That is Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve. Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve is the result of a unique partnership between Washington State Parks, the Town of Coupeville, … Read More

Fort Ebey State Park

Fort Ebey State Park, a 645-acre camping park on Whidbey Island, was originally built as a coastal defense fort in World War II.

People Walking on a trail

Four Certified Exhilarating Hikes to Ease You into Spring

It’s been a long, cold, winter and we all know that you and your sofa are now better buddies than ever. But spring is coming and you’re going to want to get outside and be active. While it’s tempting to try to go straight into super-hero mode, it’s not very smart. Strained muscles, or at least sore muscles, are no … Read More

Cycling Around the Islands

Cycling the rolling bucolic hills is an ideal way to explore Whidbey and Camano islands. Start planning your visit now. by Sherry Mays For cyclists who enjoy the wind in their hair, cycling Island County’s farmland flats, hair-raising downhills and technical mountain biking trails is sure to please. Just a short hop off of I-5, Camano Island is known for … Read More