Getting Here by Car

Driving is far and away the most popular way of getting here. By driving only a couple of hours, you are in the midst of your island adventure.

A heron sits on a sign that says, "Entering Ebey's Reserve."

A heron welcomes you to Ebey’s Reserve.

Planning a trip here by car?  If this trip is new, chance are you’ll want some maps, driving directions, and insider tips.

Here are downloadable maps as well as Google maps for specific routes.

Download a Map of Whidbey and Camano Islands

More than a map, its our detailed guide to Whidbey and Camano Islands.

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Popular Driving Routes and Maps

To Whidbey Island via the Deception Pass Bridge

Crossing over Deception Pass is one of the region’s spectacular driving moments.

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To Whidbey Island via the Coupeville Ferry

This ferry travels between the Olympic Peninsula and Whidbey Island.

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Electric Car Charging Stations

Electric Car Charging Stations on Whidbey IslandYou can drive Whidbey Island with confidence, knowing there are many places you can recharge your electric vehicle. There are five locations with one or more charging stations. See below for locations and information. Freeland1 charging station is available in the parking lot of the China City Restaurant and...

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To Camano Island via I-5 and SR 532

With no ferries and only a small bridge to cross, Camano Island is an easy drive from anywhere in the Northwest and that's pretty unique for an island.

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To Whidbey Island via the Clinton Ferry

Your island vacation starts the moment your car is on the ferry. The ferries are Washington icons and riding them is a unique experience.

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