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Things to Do

Things to Do

Whidbey Island is rich in culture, nature, and breathtaking views. Visit below for some must see attractions around the area!

Fort Casey State Park

Explore the catacomb-like bunkers/batteries and Admiralty Head Lighthouse at Fort Casey State Park. Perfect for all age groups looking to explore a beautiful historic site.

Island County Historical Museum

Take a step back in time and explore the rich history of Whidbey Island at the Island County Historical Museum located downtown Coupeville.

Ebey's Landing

Visit this hiking trail perched on a bluff overlooking the Puget Sound.

Whidbey Island Kayaking

Experience the beauty, serenity, and wildlife of Whidbey Island and the waters of Salish Sea with Whidbey Island Kayaking.

Crocket Lake Birding

Immerse yourself in important bird habitat in this brackish lake and marsh area located behind the Quartermaster’s Building. Bring your binoculars!

Admiralty Inlet Preserve

Experience the vivid historical record. Pacific Northwest history remains clearly visible in the landscape with interpretive tours and recreation available. Enjoy stunning views and exceptional scenic hiking.

Blue Fox Drive In

Enjoy one of the last of the old-school drive-in movie theaters. Go-karts, arcade, and snack shop are run by some very accommodating folks.

Deception Pass State Park

Washington State Park spans two islands over a vertigo-inducing bridge, with camping, spectacular hiking, and numerous interpretive opportunities.

Deception Pass Boat Tours

Jet boat educational tours about Deception Pass and the local history. Appropriate for large groups with discounts offered to Camp Casey guests.

Port Townsend

A fine afternoon’s outing, this historic seaport community boasts a maritime heritage and an artistic spirit. Features shops and dining.


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