The Victorian seaport community of Coupeville, one of the oldest towns in Washington is located on Whidbey Island. It is part of Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve which encompasses a mixture of federal, state, county and private property, all managed in a way that preserves its historic essence. Also included are two state parks: Fort Casey and Fort Ebey and the Central Whidbey Island Historic District.

Old Grain Wharf, in the harbour of Coupeville, Whidbey Island, in the Central Whidbey Island Historic District, part of the Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve.

Get in

By ferry

By boat

By bus

By shuttle


the beach at Fort Casey


historic buildings in Coupeville



Camping on Whidbey Island is limited, with sites most readily available in the spring and fall.

Go next

Routes through Coupeville

Port Townsend Car ferry  SW  NE  Oak Harbor Burlington
END  NW  SE  Greenbank Lynnwood

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