From old forts to hundred-year-old homes to just buildings with "character," Whidbey and Camano Islands have locations to fit many styles of filmmaking.
Possibly one of the most unique buildings in the Pacific Northwest, this hand-hewn log hotel built in 1912 is a throwback to another era. Stepping into the lobby or walking through the restaurant and bar is like walking through a time warp. The oldest rooms are in the main building. There are newer cabins and still-newer rooms elsewhere on the ... Read More
Admiralty Head Lighthouse stands just above Fort Casey, three miles south of Coupeville. It's built in a Spanish mission-style and has commanding views of Puget Sound's Admiralty Inlet.
Camp Casey was originally the military residential area of Fort Casey, built as a strategic defense point in 1897. In the early 1900s as many as 10 officers and 428 enlisted men lived onsite. Today it is owned and operated by Seattle Pacific University, and used as a conference and event center for groups. The grounds are home to many ... Read More