About Us

Replete with awesome views, quaint shops, and exquisite restaurants, Coupeville is a favored vacation destination. Ditch the crowds, the congestion, and the hectic pace of the big city. Enjoy a slower pace with fresh air and friendly people, with solitude a few steps away.

The vistas, woodlands, and fertile prairies of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve are much the same today as they were over 100 years ago when New England sea captains were drawn to Penn Cove and farmers to Ebey’s Prairie. We welcome you to explore the Reserve and visit the parks and public use areas.

Coupeville is surrounded by gorgeous and pristine State Parks, open for public visitation to hike, walk, bird watch, relax, and more. Ft. Casey State Park, Ft. Ebey State Park, and Ebey's Landing Historic Reserve are each beautiful and unique escapes from busy everyday life.

Coupeville and Central Whidbey has an abundance of Historic Landmarks, all protected for generations to come. From the Coupeville Wharf that dazzles downtown Coupeville, to Admiralty Head Lighthouse, historic Blockhouses, and more.

Just south of Coupeville, Greenbank Farm features walkable fields, forests and wetlands adjacent to the popular shops, places to eat and art galleries. Greenbank Farm is a hotspot of events, bird watching, hiking, and more.


Congratulations EDC!

The Island County Economic Development Council is a free tool for all Island County business–whether just starting out, trying to stay afloat, or growing! We offer one-on-one confidential business counseling, access to a network of a variety of business, economic, and political resources, workshops on writing business plans, social media, and business tools, and represent Island County businesses in local and statewide political and policy forums.

Thank you to our Corporate Sponsors!