Things to Do

Challenge yourself or treat yourself with all the things to do on Whidbey and Camano Islands.  Outdoors enthusiasts have many parks and trails to choose from along with kayaking, boating, and cycling.  Foodies will find many fine-dining experiences as well as casual dining for that easy-going family weekend.  Art-lovers will find plenty of galleries and studios to tour and, of course, our small towns have many shops to explore.

    .edit

    .edit is an art gallery, a mercantile featuring quality women’s clothing, beautiful things for the home, and more.  But mostly, it’s a source of design inspiration for all who enter.  The gallery features the work of co-owner David Price.  His encaustic landscapes envision places that feel both timeless and familiar. However, they’re not specific places, but instead places that might ... Read More

    3 Generations Jam

    3 Generations Jam makes premium jams and syrups from local, clean, and/or certified organic fruit purchased primarily from farmers we know and trust in the nearby Skagit Valley and Eastern Washington. They make seven different Flavors of classic jams: Heavenly Fig Blackberry Marionberry Peach Strawberry Raspberry Triple Berry (A custom blend of blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries) In addition, they make ... Read More

    3 Sisters Market

    3 Sisters Market is one of your best locations for all things Whidbey Island.  From food, to crafts, to books, coffee, wine, and more, the bounty and creativity of the island is on full display here.  Located in a former firehouse between Coupeville and Oak Harbor, 3 Sisters is a must-shop.

    A Guilded Gallery

    A Guilded Gallery is the Stanwood Camano Art Guild’s co-operative gallery where fine art and artisan crafts are presented in a casual, inviting atmosphere.

    A Touch of Dutch

    A Touch of Dutch offers gifts and foods from around the world, with an emphasis on Dutch and European items.  Stop in for chocolates, European foods, gifts, and more.

    Admiralty Head Lighthouse

    Admiralty Head Lighthouse was built in 1903, replacing an earlier lighthouse. It is a popular place for visitors as part of Fort Casey State Park.

    AdventureTerra

    Do more than just get out in nature, have an adventure in nature with AdventureTerra.  Ever wonder what it’s like in the treetops of an old-growth forest?  Did you wonder if you had what it takes to get 200 feet up.      You can try just that at Deception Pass State Park.  The views are amazing and the experience ... Read More

    Alfy’s Pizza

    COVID-19 Update: Takeout/curbside only from 11/18, with a closing time of 7pm. It’s pizza with a water view at Alfy’s Pizza. This restaurant has been a regional favorite since 1973. They offer around 20 different pizzas along with grinders, calzones, pasta, and salad. You can also order online! Takeout and delivery are also available.

    Anada Farm

    Anada Farm is a no-till natural farm, homestead, and Yoga Ashram on Camano Island.  They sell farm-fresh produce, hand-made soaps, salves, tea, a wide variety of lavender products, and more. You can shop their online store here…

    Anchor Hill Candle Company

    Inspired by the beauty of the islands of Puget Sound, every candle at Anchor Hill is hand-poured in small batches.  Each candle is made of pure natural coconut wax, phthalate-free fragrance oils infused with essential oils. You can find Anchor Hill Candle Company products at: Vixen Collection – Magnolia, Seattle – https://vixencollection.com/ Seaside & Sylvan – Freeland on Whidbey Island – ... Read More

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