During your visit to Coupeville, you’ll have access to great food, hotel and B&B accommodations, shopping, recreation and relaxation.

Coupeville is located at 48°13′6″N 122°41′1″W (48.218250, -122.683556).

Founded in 1852 by Captain Thomas Coupe, Coupeville is Washington state’s second oldest town, though it was not officially incorporated until April 20, 1910.

Coupeville city limits overlay Ebey’s Landing National Historic Reserve. The reserve established by Congress in 1980 is made up of 22 square miles. Coupeville is home to neighborhoods, farmlands, Fort Ebey State Park, Ebey’s Landing, beaches, parks, and trails. Coupeville counts over 91 nationally registered historic structures.

The “town” of Coupeville, according to the US Census Bureau, has a total area of 1.3 miles (3.3km), all of it land.  As of the 2010 US Census, Coupeville’s residents were counted to 1,831.  A far cry from the hearty few who built the town in the 1800’s. We look forward to the 2020 Census to see how we’ve changed and grown.