4 Day Culinary Itinerary About one hour’s drive north of Seattle are two islands that show off the rural side of America. Located in the middle of Puget Sound, cut off from the mainland and its expanding cities, much of Whidbey and Camano Islands has happily held onto its agricultural roots. The slower, more relaxed feel, has attracted chefs who … Read More
There are several hundred trails on Whidbey and Camano Islands, ranging from ADA compliant to difficult.
Escape to Whidbey and Camano Islands Are you ready to #EscapeItAll? Travel here “virtually” with our series of quick escapes. Whether you’re working from home, ventured back to the workplace, or never left the workplace, we invite you to daydream a little about coming to Whidbey and Camano Islands to #EscapeItAll. We have lots to do and plenty of hideouts … Read More
Coupeville: Whidbey Island’s Historic Town Coupeville is Washington State’s second-oldest community and much of downtown harkens back to an era of more than a century ago. Hundred-year-old buildings that were once livery stables and barber shops are now wine tasting rooms and bookstores. There are also restaurants and small shops all along Front Street. Coupeville sits along the shores of … Read More
Three Days on Whidbey & Camano Islands Drive Off the Mainland! The transformation from mainland to island is not only physical, it’s psychological. The pace is not only slower, it feels as if you’ve stepped back in time. The mild climate and close proximity to Seattle make either island an easy getaway all year round. Day One – Camano … Read More
The guns of Ft. Casey and Ft. Ebey, the planes and jets of Naval Air Station Whidbey, the military barracks of Camp Casey; they’re all part of the military history of Whidbey Island.