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Clinton, 18 miles
Coupeville, 10 miles
Freeland, 9 miles
Greenbank, 3 miles
Langley, 18 miles
Oak Harbor, 20 miles

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Whidbey Island, Washington
Visitor Information

Getting to Whidbey Island

From Seattle Area: Take I-5 North to the Mukilteo/Clinton ferry landing (Exit 189). Follow signs for "Whidbey Island Ferry". When nearing the landing, watch for and enter the right hand ferry holding lane. The line of cars can be long, but move quickly. The lane leads to a ticket booth at the entrance to the large ferry loading parking lot. Boats depart every 30 minutes for the 15-minute crossing to Clinton, the southern-most community on Whidbey Island.

From Olympic Peninsula: Take the 30-minute ferry ride from Port Townsend to Keystone, which is about four miles south of Coupeville.

Southbound from From points North follow I-5 south to State Route 20, follow signs to Whidbey Island/Deception Pass State Park, continue south.

From Bellingham and other points north: Follow I-5 south to Burlington and exit west on State Route 20. Follow SR 20 (watch for signs reading "Whidbey Island/Deception Pass State Park") to Whidbey Island.

Related Web Sites

Clinton Ferry Cam
Four webcam views of the Clinton Ferry Landing and nearby areas.

Experience Washington by Washington Tourism Alliance

Whidbey and Camano Islands
This "Tourist Attractions" page by the Island Web, lists over 25 attractions, such as Grasser's Lagoon and Kettles Trail Park, as found on the two Islands. The listing has short descriptions of each attraction and all are clearly located on the accompanying map. Return to the Island Web home page for links from Whidbey Net (below).

Whidbey Island Washington
South Whidbey Island WA Visitor's Guide, Business Directory and Community Home Page.

Whidbey Net
This links to the Visitors section of this ISP's web site. Includes map and information on the Island County's parks, events, scenic sights, accommodation and restaurants.

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