Whidbey Resources

Resting on the shores of the Puget Sound, only 26 miles northwest of Seattle, Whidbey is a 45 mile long island with magnificent vistas of waterand mountains from virtually anywhere on it’s beautiful shores.

With Deception Pass on it’s north end, Port Townsend’s Keystone ferry terminal in the Central part of the Island, and the Clinton ferry terminal on it’s south end, Whidbey Island is within just a few hours of British Columbia, the Olympic Penninsula, and Seattle.

The Harbour Inn is located in the town of Freeland in South Whidbey, only 10 minutes from the Clinton ferry that connects the south part of the Island with the mainland. Freeland is a great central location, only a short distance from all of Whidbey’s favorite destinations.

Whidbey Island Information

Whidbey Island Activites, Restaurants, Beaches Maps, and More.


Parks and Nature

There are state parks, beaches and playgrounds on Whidbey. Visit Whidbey’s recreation page for detailed information on all kinds of outdoor recreation.

 Parks Near Freeland:
  • Maxwelton Beach, our favorite summertime sandy beach
  • Freeland Park, walking distance from the Harbour Inn
State Parks on Whidbey Island:

 Farmers Markets, Gardens, and Nursery Tours

 Whidbey Island Arts and Culture


Important Links

There is so much to do, and so much to see on the Island. Many of our visitors are here on business, or visiting family, but wish to take a quick tour of the area. Whether you are planning a short visit or prefer to take your time and tour around, and you will find something to suit your interests on Whidbey Island.

Fort Casey Lighthouse


Depending on what you like to do, a tour of the Island can include a visit to:

Whidbey beach