...is often known for its natural beauty and home to Deception Pass. It boasts some of the most award-winning schools in the whole US, has a fantastic community college, and is the hub for Naval Air Station Whidbey. While Oak Harbor has the highest population in Island County at 23,187 as of 2017 it offers loads of small-town pride.
... is a quaint, idyllic seaside town, home to Island Counties hospital and main medical facilities, the County Government offices, sheriff, museum, and a National treasure; Ebey’s National Historic Reserve. With so much to do in a town with a population of only 1,928 as of 2017, local residents proclaim “Coupeville has it all”!
...named by Calvin Philips after his homestead in Delaware has a population of around 250 People. It is home to the Greenbank Farm, which was once the largest loaganberry farm in the world and today offers some of the best pies your taste buds will ever have.
...is located just 6 miles from the Clinton Ferry and is the retail, art gallery, performing arts, and restaurant hub of South Whidbey. Residents and tourists alike call it "The Village by the Sea". It offers fantastic views of Saratoga Passage and migrating Grey whales with year-round festivals, concerts, parades, fairs, and events to excite everyone! As of July 1, 2019 the small town of Langley had a population of 1,123.
...is located just 9 miles from the Clinton Ferry. Many call it the commercial hub of South Whidbey with a plethora of business, retail, and restaurants. It boasts two of the most beautiful beaches on the island: Double Bluff and Mutiny Bay as well as South Whidbey State Park. Freeland had a population of 2,212 as of July 1, 2019.
...is a small community on the southernmost tip of Whidbey Island and home to the Clinton/Mukilteo ferry. With a population of just over 800 people, Clinton is a beloved location for commuters who prefer the island lifestyle.