By boat or ferry across Puget Sound or in a car over dramatic Deception Pass, any passage to Whidbey Island exposes its assets. Rolling farmlands, the historic waterfront communities of Coupeville, Langley and Oak Harbor, a bridge 20 stories above a rocky, roaring strait, a Civil War-era lighthouse and forest-meets-sea landscapes make this 55-mile long treasure a popular port o’ call.
Whidbey Island Trip Ideas
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