Parking in Coupeville
For off-street parking, just one block 2 short blocks to the iconic Coupeville Wharf and all the “action” there’s a town lot flanking the Community Green and Coupeville Library. From there you’re just a stroll (with a view) away from the historic waterfront’s shops, restaurants, county museum, Wharf and beach. The “Town Lot” also includes bathrooms open during daylight hours and trip to downtown is safe for wheelchairs and walkers. There is no overnight parking at this lot. map
Additional parking is available at the Coupeville Rec Hall parking lot off Coveland at Grace. That lot is 1/4 block from the waterfront but smaller and often fills up quickly. map
When street parking along Front, Alexander, and Coveland are full these two lots give you safe parking and easy access to everything along Coupeville’s historic waterfront.
NOTE: The Coupeville Historic Waterfront’s Park Smart program, for the busiest times in Coupeville, encourages business owners and employees to park off street at 2 designated summer lots, and the town lot in the incumbent weather months.
HERE’S A LITTLE ‘AND MORE’ FOR YOU AS YOU GET TO KNOW OR PLAN YOUR TRIP TO COUPEVILLE
Taking the bus on Whidbey Island
Island Transit information: For those taking the bus to Coupeville you can visit the Island Transit bus service from their website for all you need to know about schedules.
Taking a Ferry to Whidbey Island
There’s no doubt the Washington State Ferries system is one of a kind in the United States. For all you need to know about catching a ferry to Whidbey from either Mukilteo to Clinton from the south or Port Townsend to Coupeville from the west visit the Washington State Ferries website. NOTE: reservations are recommended for travel between Port Townsend and Coupeville.
Getting to Coupeville on your boat
Whether you’re coming from the north or the south getting to Coupeville via boat is easy as it can get. Located along Penn Cove, Coupeville offers a safe harbor and marine services. Visit the Port of Coupeville website for all you need to know about coming in, gassing up, dock or moorage.
Getting to Whidbey Island from the North and over Deception Pass Bridge
Coming from the North to Whidbey Island you’ll be driving over the Deception Pass Bridge. One of the most iconic and photographed bridges in the United State the Deception Pass Bridge connects the mainland to Fidalgo Island and then to the northern tip of Whidbey. map
Deception Pass Photo Credit – Whidbey Camano Island County Tourism Committee
However you get to Whidbey, Coupeville is situated at central Whidbey along to shores of Penn Cove. In Coupeville you can dine, shop, beach comb, kayak, bike ride, sail, and enjoy the views.