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Deception Pass, Fort Casey, Ebey's Landing.  
Coupeville's historic 1925 Schooner Suva

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Dining & Activities

Coupeville Dining

Christopher's Restaurant
Award winning chef, always delicious.
103 NW Coveland St.
360-678-5480

frontstreetgrillcoupeville.com
Wonderful waterfront dining and full bar.
20 Front Street
360-682-2551

Knead & Feed
Bakery and delicious breakfast and lunch.
4 Front St. NW
360-678-5431

The Cove
Authentic fresh thai food.
602 N Main St.
360-678-6973

The Oyster Catcher
Exqusite local specialties, dinner Th-Sun.
901 Grace Street
360-678-0683

Kim's Cafe on the Wharf
Delicious Asian fare & family favorites too.
In the red wharf house on the dock.
360-678-4924

Toby's Tavern
Pub fare and lots of beers on tap, 21+
8 Coupeville Street
360-678-4222

Tyee Restaurant & Lounge
Family dining and full bar.
405 S. Main Street
360-678-6616

www.ciaowhidbey.com
360.678.0800
701 N Main Street
Coupeville, Washington 98239

                                                                                         
FESTIVALS & OTHER EVENTS

March - Penn Cove Mussel Festival
A competition and celebration of all things mussel! Come taste, vote,  
and enjoy music and activities to help local charities.

April – Skagit
Valley Tulip Festival
Enjoy the beauty of the Skagit Valley Tulip Fields
by day and the comfort of The Inn at night!

April –
Holland Happening
In nearby Oak Harbor, a street fair with ethnic
booths, food, parade and “street sweeping”.

May –
Penn Cove Water Festival
This tribal celebration includes tribal canoe races,
native foods and dancing, exhibits and other activities.

June –
Whidbey Island Race Week
Our view rooms offer a great seat for this week long
regatta right on Penn Cove.

July –
Loganberry Festival
This festival celebrates the island’s “unique loganberry”with food,
music, and great art and crafts booths in nearby Greenbank Farm.

August –
Historical Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival
The festival has 200 art and craft booths, with music,
food and fun all weekend long.

North Whidbey Lions Car Show - nwcarshow@yahoo.co
Wonderful car show presented by the local Lions Clubs.  

September –
Whidbey Island Kite Festival
This sport kite championship has fun activities for the
whole family at Fort Casey.

March, June, Sept., Dec. - Coupeville Art & Antique Walk
Coupeville art galleries and antique stores sponsoring this “Walk” for
an evening of enjoying artwork and antiques from Whidbey Island and
surrounding areas. Come and join us on the first Saturday of the
month.
The Coupeville Inn (800) 247-6162 or (360) 678-6668
                                    Sights to see          

1. Mt. Erie, just north of Whidbey Island. A "must-see" with
handicapped trail leading to spectacular island views.

2. Campbell Lake with canoeing and fishing.

3. Deception Pass with three of the most visited parks in the state.
Features 182-ft. high Deception Pass Bridge.

4. Goose Point Rock, the highest point on Whidbey Island  
overlooking Cornet Bay Marina.

5. Public golfing by the seashore, 18 hole and a driving range,
rhododendron gardens and a sandwich shop.

6. Glacier-formed Lake Pondilla. Miles of trails including the old Fort
Ebey gun emplacements.

7. Penn Cove at Coupeville: home of mussel farms, DeVito's "War
of the Roses", beaches and boating, and The Coupeville Inn. Penn
Cove is also the place that "Practical Magic" was filmed in 1998.

8. Ebey's Landing offers miles of beach exploration, sand dunes,
and a high bluff trail with a view of the Straight ofJuan de Fuca.

9. Fort Casey State Park: the kids love to explore the historic fort
and gun emplacements and Admiralty Head Lighthouse.

10. Meerkerk Rhododendron Gardens: This 53-acre woodland
garden begins its flowering display in early spring, peaking in late
April and throughout May.
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