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Making Your Way to the Island...

Whidbey Island Visitors Guide

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By Ferry
From Port Townsend: on the Olympic Peninsula, you can take a 30 minute ferry ride to Keystone, just 4 miles southwest of Coupeville.
From Mukilteo: North of Seattle, a 20 minute ferry ride takes you to Clinton. Whidbey's southern most community.

By Highway
From the South: Drive north on I-5 to Whidbey Island/Mukilteo Exit #182. Proceed on State Route 525 to Mukilteo and board a Washington State Ferry bound for Clinton.
From the Olympic Peninsula: Take State Route 101 to State Route 20. Drive east to Port Townsend and ride the Washington State Ferry to Keystone.
From the East and North: Follow I-5 to Exit #230 in Burlington and continue west on State Route 20 onto the island across spectacular Deception Pass Bridge.

By Air
Take a 25 minute scheduled airline flight to or from Seattle.  Private planes may land at West Lupien Airport or Whidbey Air Park in Langley.

By Boat
Over night moorage: is available at Oak Harbor, Cornet Bay, Langley, and Coupeville. You can drop anchor and load or unload beside the ferry terminal, or at Possesion Beach, or Maxwelton Beach. 
 


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