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Freeland Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center

We are a partnership of business and professional people working together to build a healthy economy and improve the quality of life in Freeland and surrounding communities. Please stop in to one of our Visitors Information Centers for more information on places and activities happening on our Island. Pick up an island map and browse our catalogs and brochures on places to go and events happening during your stay.

Open April – October: Sunday – Saturday, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Open Fall/Winter: Sunday -Saturday, 11 AM – 3 PM

5575 Harbor Ave.
Freeland, WA 98249

Antique stores, an artists’ collective workshop, boating, and an expansive public beach so big that your dog can run free.  That’s what you’ll find in Freeland, along with restaurants ranging from a small-town home-cooked flavor to upscale locavore experiences.  The community’s Main Street, in addition to those antique stores, is lined with shops and stores where you can stock up for further travel.  Freeland is the banking center for South Whidbey, with most major banks represented.

The community is nestled between two striking bodies of water, Holmes Harbor and Mutiny Bay.  Both feature boat launches and Holmes Harbor has a children’s playground and a hundred-year-old community building that each summer is packed with weekend destination weddings.

As the retail and financial center of South Whidbey Island, Freeland’s Main Street features such anchors as Ace Hardware, Rite Aid Pharmacy and Payless Foods, and small businesses like the Linds Jewelry, Mutiny Bay Antique Mall, Tiger Martial Arts, and the Paint Escape.

Nearly every regional bank has a Freeland branch office. There are several mortgage, real estate, escrow and title companies as well.

Nichols Brothers Boat Builders, the Island’s largest private employer, has four generations of experience in manufacturing a wide variety of passenger vessels and work boats, including catamarans, car ferries, tugs, fireboats, and military landing craft.  If you came over from Mukilteo on the Tokitae, the passenger section was built at Nichols Brothers.

When you’re ready to relax and have fun, we’ve got fine dining restaurants, golf courses, and plenty of hiking and biking trails to help you stay fit.

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