Filming on Port of Coupeville Properties
The port of Coupeville owns and manages two very desirable locations on Whidbey Island, the Coupeville Wharf and Greenbank Farm.
Coupeville Wharf before dawn – photo: Whidbey Panoramas – M. Denis Hill
The wharf is located at one end of historic Front Street in Coupeville, Washington state’s second oldest town. The wharf is well over 100 years old, and is one of the largest of its kind in the country. A wooden boardwalk stretches across the waters of Penn Cove, leading to the historic red building on stilts. It houses a café and coffee shop, along with historic artifacts, marine wildlife info, souvenirs, and kayak rentals. There is moorage available for a dozen or more powerboats or sailboats, as well as a fuel station and restrooms with showers.
The Greenbank Farm is a historic 150-acre organic farmland with an arts and events center at its core. Featuring local shops, cafes, and art galleries, this is also a popular wedding and events venue. The historic wooden barns give events a feel of rustic elegance, and beautifully kept gardens surround a quaint pond.
For information about filming at either of these attractive properties, please contact the Port of Coupeville’s executive director.