ABOUT COUPEVILLE

Coupeville 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”!

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The Search for Equestrian Property

November 22, 2021

Buying property suitable for horses is no small task. It is certainly not the typical home buying experience. There is so much to consider from what kind of property best meets the needs of your horses to what kind of home will best meet your wants and needs. Speaking from experience, the horses’ needs are […]

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Fort Casey Forts

November 15, 2021

Standing tall along the western coast of Whidbey Island, these 10” barrel guns tell the story of a relationship to the United States Department of Defense that began long before any plane took flight. At the time of its construction in the late 1800s, Fort Casey was a military marvel. Part of the “Triangle of […]

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4 Online Resources That will Blow Your Mind!

September 20, 2021

…and help when buying vacant land on Whidbey Island. ICGeo This is a sophisticated GIS mapping tool for Island County that can show layers and layers of geographically specific data overlaid on a map. Just turn on the layers of data you are interested in and search till your heart is content! Island County Public […]

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Bird Watching on Whidbey Island

July 19, 2021

50 miles South of the U.S./Canada border and 25 miles North of Seattle lies Whidbey Island, an incomparable destination for nature lovers and bird enthusiasts. On Whidbey, you can get lost for hours and find yourself mesmerized not only by incredible views but by a breathtaking variety of birds. Whidbey Boasts 148 miles of winding […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Riding Bikes on Whidbey Island 

June 7, 2021

Whether you are a serious road cyclist; an avid mountain biker or just someone who enjoys a scenic bike ride every now and then, Whidbey Island has got you covered. Not only are we home to miles and miles of gorgeous; low-traffic backroads and off-road trails to explore, we also have an active biking community […]

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Coupeville Wharf

May 10, 2021

Several small wharfs once reached into Penn Cove only able to be used during very high tide. In 1905 the Coupeville Wharf was built, extending 500 feet to accommodate the increase in commerce due to the activation of Fort Casey. Often referred to as the “Old Grain Wharf”, had an important job to do. It […]

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Best Places to Whale Watch on Whidbey

May 3, 2021

Discover the Best Places to Whale Watch When it comes to natural wonders, Whidbey Island is unbelievably blessed. With expansive undeveloped areas, nine state parks, and views that take your breath away, it’s hard to imagine it could get any better.  But it does! In addition to our incredible outdoor opportunities for explorers, we are […]

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Monthly Stats: March 2021

April 15, 2021
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QR Codes Connecting Us to History

April 9, 2021

Whidbey Island is home to several wonderful little towns each with their own fascinating history and culture. Perhaps the most intriguing is Whidbey’s oldest town; Coupeville, home of the first Whidbey Island settlement. Coupeville: Coupeville is an adorable waterfront community rich in history and culture. In 1850 Issac Ebey became the first official Whidbey Island […]

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Get the Buck Out of My Yard

April 8, 2021

Have you ever been standing there admiring your gardens when a deer walks in and decides it is time for lunch? So have we. They are the wild and majestic creatures of Whidbey Island, often found in the peaceful pastures of Ebey’s Landing or beneath the cooling tree shade of the state parks. They are […]

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