Art, Food, Shopping, Wetlands, and Trails
Greenbank Farm is a special treasure for Whidbey Island and a must-stop for visitors.
This former farm boasts two fine art galleries, a cafe, a demonstration garden, and several shops and several dog-friendly walking trails.
The farm was once the largest grower of Loganberries and the cafe features Loganberry pies as well as others kinds of pie.
The farm also features a demonstration garden with wetlands and an electric vehicle charging station.
The farm was saved from private residential development in 1997 when a group consisting of the Port of Coupeville, the Nature Conservancy, and Island County purchased it.
Things to Do:
Raven Rocks Gallery
Regional Art and Artisan Crafts
Island artists co-operative
Greenbank Wine Shop
Regional wines, ciders, and more
Whidbey Pies Café
Pies and a full lunch menu
Greenbank Cheese Shop
Specialty foods and gifts
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Seaside & Sylvan
Electric Car Charging