Make your Escape to Whidbey Island with 2 nights at the Anchorage Inn, an historic Victorian Inn in Coupeville. Plus you’ll win a pair of tickets for Deception Pass Tours outdoor jet boat adventure. You’ll Also win : • Pair of tickets to the Island County Historical Museum • Marbley silk scarf-making experience for one in Coupeville • $50 … Read More
“In my mind, ‘The Hour After Westerly’ and Whidbey Island are inseparable.”Producer – Director Nate Bell Yet another crew has wrapped up shooting on Whidbey Island. This time, independent producers from Los Angeles finished principal shooting in Central Whidbey for the short film, “The Hour After Westerly.” The film stars Peter Jacobson and Shannyn Sossamon. Jacobson is recognizable from roles … Read More
Filming and Photographyin Island CountyWhidbey and Camano Islands are home to some amazing views and scenery. Filming on Whidbey and Camano islands is a creative and rewarding experience. With natural scenery, old-growth forests, beaches and hundred-year-old buildings, the two islands offer a rich selection of locations. Whidbey Island is accessible by a short, scenic ferry ride from the south … Read More
2 Day Oak Harbor Itinerary Oak Harbor is a small city on a rural island—the best of all worlds! It’s a getaway from the super-sized metropolis, but with a wide variety of outdoors and cultural happenings that create a perfect vacation weekend! Day0GETTING TO KNOW<br>OAK HARBORGetting To Oak HarborTake Interstate 5 from Seattle or Vancouver B.C. to the SR. … Read More
Filiming at Other State Parks on Whidbey Island Whidbey Island is home to eight gorgeous State Parks. All of them are on the coast, and feature stunning views of Puget Sound and nearby mountains. Many provide camping, and all the amenities to go along with it. Among the parks, you will find rocky and sandy beaches, old growth forests, … Read More
Since 1907, Captain Whidbey has been a locus of natural beauty, community gathering and quiet, exalted delight. A place where locals and visitors do things together — even if those things are simply eating, drinking, appreciating nature, looking out across the water, feeling alive, and feeling grateful.