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A local’s guide to Whidbey
We asked three Whidbey locals to describe an ideal day on the Island. Join us as we explore each of their favorite activities, sights, and restaurants!
A day on North Whidbey
Golfing, hiking, dining, and relaxing: North Whidbey has it all
North Whidbey is an inviting area of the Island filled with outstanding cuisine, rich history, and activities the whole family will enjoy. Whether relishing in fresh local pastries, exploring Deception Pass, or watching a movie at the local drive-in, the north end offers everything you’ll need for the perfect getaway. Keep reading for a locals’ guide to the ideal North Whidbey day.
A day on Central Whidbey
Spend a day adventuring, exploring, and enjoying local cuisine
Central Whidbey is a scenic destination that offers historic landmarks, culinary genius, and phenomenal outdoor activities. The central part of the Island is best known for its waterfront town of Coupeville, founded in 1852 and the second oldest community in Washington state. Filled with seaside charm, historic buildings, and breathtaking views of the mountains, Central Whidbey is a marvelous place to explore.
A day on South Whidbey
Spend a day wandering, venturing, and unwinding
Whidbey Island is often referred to as being divided into three different areas: South, Central, and North Whidbey. South Whidbey is a top destination for travelers, yet regardless of your whereabouts on the Island, you’ll find yourself easily relaxing into the views, local business charm, delicious dining experiences, and the bounty of available activities.