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Coupeville is the second oldest town in the majestic state of Washington.  Located at the central point of Whidbey Island, Coupeville is sits on the edge of Penn Cove (part of the Salish Sea).

Explore historic Coupeville through our bonus history site.  Click on a building and read its history. The site was built by the Whidbey Island 4-H Club AV project – we’re proud and thank them for site and the work they do updating it.  Our 4-H clubs are the best! 

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PENNIES FOR PRESERVATION

Join our effort to help preserve the Coupeville wharf.  The wharf is 110 years old and one of the largest wharfs of it’s kind in Washington and the country.  Our state port budget always needs shoring up and Pennies for Preservation campaign adds a good shot in the arm for our port and wharf every year.

Today the Wharf needs your support. Help to provide important preservation support and rainy day funds for the Coupeville Wharf.  Make donations to Pennies for Preservation from it’s page here on our site, or by dropping your change into jars in our local shops or our Mini Wharf collection box (located at the entry of the causeway to the Wharf). Online contributions accepted.

IMG_2524Most recently (2016) a study gauged needed piling replacements at $500,000.  It is imperative that the Coupeville Wharf be preserved for generations to come. All size contributions accepted and needed. Please contribute today.

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Just imagine the costs, time and effort caring for this fantastic building.  Like a family member she needs your help today. 

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  1. Anonymous said:

    Whoever maintains this website does a good job! Keep up the good work.

  2. same as above said:

    Ditto on maintaining a great website! Thank you all. Here’s a copy of Letter to Whidbey Examiner: Most of our heart and soul still resides in Coupeville. . . and will forever.

    How profoundly grateful we are for the dedication of Charlotte’s Bench. Only Charlotte could anchor her family and embrace a whole town as she did.

    Thank you all for giving the embrace back.

    Sincerely (Wow! We couldn’t mean it more.),
    Maury and Julie (Christensen) Fielding