Located on the "sunny side" of Penn Cove; San de Fuca is an unincorporated community on the edge of the Oak Harbor/Coupeville boundary lines. Formerly a small town in the 19th century, it lies on the north side of Penn Cove across from Coupeville. Residents of San De Fuca enjoy sweeping views of both the Olympic Mountains to the south, the Cascade Mountains to the east, and the Coupeville wharf.
San De Fuca has no official HOA, nor does it have any community dues. The community is, however, located within zone 1 of the Ebey's Reserve. This means homeowners within San De Fuca must adhere to the reserve's development restrictions and guidelines.
1.3 Sister's Market with all local produce and merchandise.
2. Public water access via lagoon with ample clam population.
3. Salty Acres family farm and farm stand.
4. Location of both 3 Sister's cow pasture and Arnold Farm.
5. Penn Cove Mussel Farm.