Port Townsend Area Ride #2 -- Whidbey Island

Mt. Baker looms over Whidbey ferry landing

Mt. Baker looms over Whidbey ferry landing

Port Townsend cyclists and walkers have access to Whidbey Island and the charming town of Coupeville via a short ferry ride across Puget Sound. After exiting the ferry at Keystone Harbor, turn right, following State Hwy 20. Follow the map, above, heading north toward Coupeville. Enjoy the museum and the many delightful small shops and restaurants in the city and surrounding area.

Following the map back to the ferry dock, pass by Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve and Fort Casey State Park, with fabulous views out over the Strait of Juan de Fuca back toward Port Townsend, Marrowstone Island, Protection Island, and Discovery Bay.


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Mount Baker from the Ferry PT waterfront and Mt. Baker Ferry ride to Whidbey.  Bikes go up front Mt. Baker looms over Whidbey ferry landing Cyclists stop at the Coupeville Museum Coupeville Wharf and Shops
Coupeville Ebey's Landing Historical Reserve and Mt. Rainier Admiralty Head Lighthouse Ebey's Landing and Artist on Fort Casey Bluffs